Expect fog to return, especially for areas around Lake Superior. Expect patchy fog away from the lake as warm air pushes north throughout the region. For the most part, low temperatures are in the mid 50s to low 50s. Expect some low to mid 60s for Grand Rapids, Aitkin, Hayward, Siren, and Spooner.
There’s a chance of some showers and storms Tuesday. Aloft we have a large ridge. Along this ridge in the jet stream we have a small short wave. This causes enough uplift to warrant a 60% chance of thunder, especially for areas north and west of Ashland to Hayward. On the hill we can expect low 0s and by the lake close to 60. Expect a southeast wind at 10-15mph. This means cool temps up the North Shore with mid to upper 60s possible. Away from the lake we will see mid to upper 70s.
The jet stream’s overall pattern is ridge, but another shortwave, this one stronger, but further to the north will warrant a 40% chance of showers and storms. Skies are mostly cloudy and temperatures are mild. Expect mid 60s for lows and upper 70s for highs. Winds are strong and out of the southwest, which should trump the lake in the Twin Ports.
The ridge wins out on Thursday. No waves to deal with so there’s no chance of rain! Morning lows are in the upper 50s and highs reach the upper 70s. Skies are mostly sunny.
Our ridge moves east and a trough develops over the Rocky Mountain States. There’s a low pressure system that moves into North Dakota and this low increases clouds and our chances of rain go up to 50%. Morning lows are in the upper 50s and highs reach the low 70s.
The low moves north on Saturday and a swath of steady and heavy rain moves through the Northland. Our chance of rain is around 60% with cloudy skies. Lows are in the low 60s and highs are in the low 70s, still above average for this time of year!