High pressure sits over the Great Lake states tonight and will keep us clear and on the cool side too. Lows are in the low 40s for some locations up the North Shore and away from the lake. Duluth has warmer temps as a northeast wind kicks in off the lake keeping warmer lake air moving into the Twin Ports.
High pressure moves east and a low pressure system moves into Saskatchewan. We see a gradient develop and a breezy south wind at 5-15mph. The high pressure dominates throughout our Saturday. This means mostly sunny skies with high temperatures in the low to mid 70s.
The high pressure system continues to control our weather from the west on Sunday. It sits over New England, and our low moves into Manitoba. We still have a steady southern flow at 5-15mph. Morning lows are in the mid 50. Highs are in the low 70s with clouds building into the afternoon.
The low moves pushes over Lake Winnipeg overnight into Monday morning. It brings a shield of rain for our Monday. Chances are around 80%. Morning lows are around 60 and highs are in the upper 60s. Skies are cloudy.
We stay under the clouds. The low moves just south of the Hudson Bay. We have a 50% chance of rain as some wrap-around moisture around the low moves in. The cold front has passed and our temperatures are in the mid 50s in the morning and mid to upper 60s by the afternoon.
The low pressure system doesn’t move all that much on Wednesday. Morning lows are in the low 50s and highs reach the upper 60s. Expect mostly cloudy skies and a 30% chance of showers.