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DETAILED FORECAST
Monday- September 29, 2014

TONIGHT: Expect clouds to clear up around International Falls with low down to 32º and The Iron Range will have partly cloudy skies and lows near 30º. Duluth will continue with a low deck of clouds and some patchy fog with lows near 40º. Hayward and Ashland will see lows in the mid to low 30s as well with partly cloudy skies. Expect and east wind at 4-8mph.


TUESDAY: High pressure to our north funnels in an east wind at 5-15mph. This will keep temperatures in the low 50s by the lake and low 60s for the Borderland, Range and Hayward. The South Shore and U.P. will be in the mid 50s. Expect cloudy skies in the morning then clearing for places EXCEPT the Twin Ports and North Shore. Still expecting a low deck of clouds in that area, otherwise we should see mostly sunny skies.


WEDNESDAY: A low pressure system pushes closer and drags a warm front into the area which gives us cloudy skies and a 50% chance of showers. Morning lows are in the mid 40s and highs are near 60º. The best chance of rain is in the late evening.


THURSDAY: There's a low to our north and one to our south. There's also a trough in the jetstream swinging over our region. It will keep flow southerly then westerly and temperatures remain mild. Lows near 50º and highs around 62. Expect mostly cloudy skies and a 40% chance of showers.


FRIDAY: The low to our north brings a cold front which cools us down and gives us a chance of more rain. (40%). Lows are near 41º and highs are in the low 50s with mostly cloudy skies continuing.

Have a great week!

Chief Meteorologist Adam Clark

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