Sunday, June 26
Expect a few showers around the Borderland tonight, chances are around 40%. The rest of us have a 20% shot of a few sprinkles as colder air pushes in from the north as a cold front passes. Winds are out of the west at 10-20 with gusts up to 25mph before turning northwesterly by the early morning hours. Lows are in the mid 50s in Duluth and Hayward and Hibbing and low 50s around Grand Marais. Expect upper 50s in Ashland and Ironwood.
Our major low pressure system is still moving to the north. It brings with it cooler air coming in out of Ontario and Manitoba. Temperatures will be in the low 60s and we still have strong winds as the pressure gradient between high and low bring Northwest winds at 10-20mph with gusts up to 35mph. Expect mostly cloudy skies and a 20% chance of sprinkles. High temps are in the low 60s in Duluth and mid 60s around the Iron Range. It is a little cooler with thicker cloud cover east of Ashland with low 60s expected for highs.
Then high pressure builds over the area into Tuesday and we have sunny skies, less wind and warmer temps into the low 70s.
The high moves south over Illinois on Wednesday and allows a trough in the upper levels of the atmosphere to push south bringing a weak cold front. This brings more clouds by Wednesday afternoon. Highs are in the upper 70s but as the front approaches we see a 30% chance of showers in the afternoon hours. The front passes through and the trough positions itself over the region on Thursday. Lows are in the mid 50s and highs are in the low 70s. Chances of showers and storms goes up to 50%.
Friday high pressure builds in from the northwest and clears us up. Lows are near 50 and highs are in the low 70s. Should be a beautiful day.
Have a great day!Chief Meteorologist Adam Clark