EVENING SHOWERS POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY


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DETAILED FORECAST
Tuesday- October 21, 2014


TONIGHT: Lows are in the mid 30s in the Twin Ports, Iron Range and I. Falls. We could see some low 30s to the southeast in NW Wisconsin as skies will be clearer there. There's a meteor shower tonight with around 25 meteors per hour possible and skies will be decent enough to view them. Expect an east wind at 5-10mph.


WEDNESDAY: Clouds will increase throughout the day. There's a chance of some late afternoon showers for I. Falls and Grand Rapids (40%). An occluded front moves east with the low to our north. Highs get up to 54º with a SE wind at 5-15mph. The front pushes through overnight giving us a 70% chance of rain showers totaling to around 0.2".


THURSDAY: Showers wrap up in the morning as the front continues east. Lows are in the mid 40s and highs reach 58º with partly cloudy skies by the afternoon.


FRIDAY: Morning lows are in the mid 40s. It looks warm for the afternoon as the jetstream moves north in a ridge pattern and allows for westerly flow that gets high temperatures up to 66º. Expect mostly sunny skies.


SATURDAY: Expect mostly sunny skies with lows in the mid 40s and highs in the mid 50s. It will be a bit cooler as a cold front pushes in bringing northwest winds. Expect mostly sunny skies.

Make it a great day!

Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist

METEOR SHOWER TONIGHT

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