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Tuesday, September 1
Expect mid 60s tonight in Duluth with mostly cloudy skies and a 30% chance of some showers and storms as a shortwave in the upper levels move through the area. Around the Range and in I. Falls expect mostly cloudy skies and low sin the low to mid 50s. Ashland will have upper 50s and mostly cloudy skies, there’s a chance of some storms in Hayward with lows near 61.
Hot and sticky again for Wednesday. Expect highs in the low 80s in Ashland and we have a 30% chance of storms. Superior will see mid 70s with an east wind at 5-10mph. The east wind will keep temps a good bit cooler by the lake. As a shortwave in the Jetstream moves east we see a 20% to 30% chance of scattered and isolated showers and storms. With the east wind we can also expect patchy fog throughout the day. Highs are in the mid 80s around the Iron Range and they top off in the upper 70s in Duluth.
Thursday we have a huge ridge in the Jetstream over our region and the east coast as well. This will keep us dry and warm. Highs are in the low to mid 80s again. Friday we have highs near 83 with mostly sunny skies.
Saturday a large low to our west approaches. It keeps us warm with lows in the mid 60s and highs reaching the low 80s. Expect increasing clouds and a 30% chance of evening storms. The chance goes up to 50% overnight and lasts into Sunday. Highs on Sunday are in the upper 70s with mostly cloudy skies. Rain totals could reach 1-2” in some spots!
Have a great day!