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DETAILED FORECAST
Friday-July 25, 2014
WARM SATURDAY, COOL SUNDAY

TONIGHT: There's a 40% chance of some scattered showers and storms throughout the evening hours. Lows will be around 58º with SW winds at 5-10mph.

SATURDAY: Drier and warmer air will make its way east into the Northland. We've got a low pressure system to our NW that will drag a cold front through the area during the night. But before it gets here, expect west winds at 5-15 with gusts up to 20mph and highs reaching 83º! As the front approaches in the late afternoon there's a 30% chance of storms.

SUNDAY: The low pressures system and trough in the jetstream dive southward giving us a 60% chance of showers. Lows will be in the mid 50s and highs will be much cooler with mostly cloudy to cloudy skies. We should top off in the upper 60s.

MONDAY: Lows are in the low 50s and highs are in the low 70s. High pressure builds from the Dakotas, clearing us up.

TUESDAY: The high pressure system continues to keep us dry. Lows are int he low 50s again and highs are in the mid 70s.
Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist