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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Saturday- August 30, 2014
SUNDAY:Another low is approaching the Northland. It drags a cold front through the region in the late afternoon/evening giving us a 40% chance of storms during the day, however, an 80% chance of storms is expected overnight.. Morning lows are around 58 and highs near 75. Some of the storms could be severe with heavy rains, high winds and hail the primary threats. Flooding will be a concern again as soils are moist.
MONDAY: The cold front is slowly pushing east and the rain goes with it. Expect lows near 61 and highs around 72. Chance of rain is 30% and continues for places east of the Twin Ports into the afternoon as the system carries West to East.
TUESDAY: Expect partly cloudy skies with lows in the around 54 and highs around 76. A small wave in the jetstream brings a 20% chance of showers and storms.
WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny skies persist as we reach a low of 57 we arm up to a high of 78. There is a 30% chance of scattered showers.
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 53 and seeing a high of 79.
Meteorologist Bryce Henry