The same large area of low pressure that’s been hanging with us for over a week will still continue to give areas to the south and around Lake Superior cloud coverage. Expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies to the north of Duluth. But Clouds remain for areas to the south with a few peeks of sunshine. High temperatures are in the low 60s in Duluth and mid 60s around the Iron Range, International Falls and Aitkin. Places by the lake see upper 50s with increased cloud coverage.
The low moves east on Sunday and allows for a ridge to develop over the region. This clears us up and we all get mostly sunny skies with high temps in the mid 60s. Monday the ridge holds and our temps are again in the mid 60s with plenty of sunshine. Tuesday we see southern flow ahead of our next big low pressure system. This allows temps to get into the mid to upper 60s with partly cloudy skies.
Wednesday morning the rain arrives with a warm front. Chances are around 60% with cloudy skies and highs in the mid 60s and lows in the low 50s. The rain lasts throughout the day and tapers off by Thursday morning.
Have a great day!Adam Clark