Thursday, September 29
Fog develops tonight for most of the Northland. The only places that should not expect fog are up around International Falls, Grand Marais and to the far east in Ironwood. In the clear spots, look for the Northern Lights once again. KP-Index values are expected to be near 6, which is very high. Low temps in Duluth are in the mid 40s, Ironwood also has mid 40s for lows. Expect near 40 everywhere else with an east wind at 5-10mph.
The low pressure that’s been hanging over the Midwest for the past 4 days continues to make itself at home on Friday. It’s a little too far to the south, over Indiana to bring much cloud coverage, but it keeps us under an eastern wind at 5-15mph. Expect morning fog to dissipate and mostly sunny skies to prevail in the afternoon. High temps are in the low to mid 60s across the Northland.
Saturday and Sunday we have the same low still spinning over Illinois and Indiana! Because of this, we continue to see an east wind. But we should have mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies for both days. Temperatures are the same with mid to upper 40s for lows and highs in the mid 60s.
Monday the low FINALLY starts to march east over Ohio. A ridge develops over the region which clears us up to sunny skies. Lows are near 47 and highs are in the mid 60s. Tuesday a trough in the jet stream approaches increasing southern flow which warms us into the upper 60s. Expect partly cloudy skies and a 20% chance of showers by the afternoon.
Have a great day!Adam Clark