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  • Weather Now Forecast

  • Weather Now Forecast

    JETSTREAM OVER NORTHLAND
    As the jet sets up over the Northland, expect the first couple of weeks of September to be wetter than average. The jetstream causes uplift and will give us multiple chances for rain and storms.


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    DETAILED FORECAST
    Sunday- August 31, 2014

    MONDAY: After a rainy night, we'll see showers start to dissipate and clouds breaking up by the afternoon. Partly cloudy skies will be the story through the Labor Day afternoon. Expect lows near 61 and highs around 71. Chance of rain is 30% and continues for places east of the Twin Ports into the afternoon as the system carries out of our area. West winds 5 to 15 mph.

    TUESDAY: Expect partly cloudy skies with lows in the around 57 and highs around 75. A small wave in the jetstream brings a 20% chance of showers and storms. West winds 5 to 10 mph.

    WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny skies are what we are looking toward on our Wednesday, there is a 30% chance of evening showers. We should see a low of 59 and get up to a high of 78.

    THURSDAY: Another day of partly cloudy skies as there is another passing shortwave. We're left with a 30% chance of seeing more showers after reaching a low of 60 and seeing a high of 76.

    FRIDAY:Cooler air is expected to come in as we see a low of 48 and try to warm up to a high 63. Otherwise partly sunny skies stick in place.
    Meteorologist Bryce Henry

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