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Weather Now Forecast

By Weather Team

August 6, 2010 Updated Aug 1, 2014 at 3:29 PM CDT

COLD FRONT NORTH SATURDAY






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DETAILED FORECAST


Friday-August 1, 2014




TONIGHT:Southeast winds at 3-6mph and high pressure over the region will keep us mostly clear with lows near 52º.




SATURDAY:Instead of a SE flow we will see a SW wind at 5-10mph by the afternoon hours which will warm us to 80º, even by the lake! A cold front is marching southeast from Manitoba. This front will give places north of the Range a 40% chance of evening storms, a 30% for the Range and a 20% chance here in the Twin Ports. The chance of rain is 40% overnight into Sunday for the entire region.




SUNDAY:The front sits over the region and we see a 40% chance of scattered storms because of it. Lows are in the mid to upper 50s and highs in the mid 70s. Expect mostly cloudy skies.




MONDAY:High pressure pushes over the lake which will give us an east wind cooling us down a bit. Lows will be around 55º and highs near 72º. Expect mostly sunny skies.


TUESDAY: A low pressures system over western Nebraska will give us a 20% chance of a storm or two by the afternoon. The high should stick around Lake Superior impeding most of the rain potential.


Adam Clark


Chief Meteorologist

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