We’ve got some more rain and snow showers possible tonight as our large low pressure system slowly exits the region. It’s headed off to the Hudson Bay and will allow for a gusty northwest flow at 10-15mph. Gusts will be around 25mph. Chance of snow and rain is around 40%, especially for locations north of Duluth, Aitkin, and Hayward. Temperatures are in the low to mid 30s.
There’s a strong trough in the jet stream that will keep us under cloud coverage Wednesday. Winds are still on the breezy side and out of the northwest at 10-15mph. The trough will create clouds but the chance of rain is less than 20%. Highs are in the low 40s to upper 30s by the afternoon hours.
At the surface of the earth a high pressure over Nebraska and Iowa moves in and clears us up. In the upper levels, we still have a trough that will keep the cold air in place Thursday. Morning lows are in the low 30s and highs reach the low 40s.
High pressure slides east over Indiana and a low pressure system moves over Saskatchewan on Friday. This increases our southwest flow and our temps by the afternoon. It will be a cold morning however as the high pressure system calms our winds and clears us out. Morning temps are down to 28. Highs reach the upper 40s, closer to average.
As the high pressure and low pressure systems move east further more warm air pushes in from the southwest. Winds are rather breezy at around 10-20mph with gusts up to 30mph. Morning lows are in the mid 30s and highs reach the mid 50s. Skies will be partly cloudy by the afternoon.
The northern low pushes a cold front through the region on Sunday. We see increased clouds that keep our temperatures mild in the morning. Lows are in the upper 30s. But the cold air moves in by the afternoon cooling us down into the mid 40s.
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