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Saturday, August 29
Overnight we’ll be looking for patchy fog to develop over the region tonight around the midnight hour; otherwise, skies will be mostly clear. Winds will be out of the south at 3-8 miles per hour overnight. I’m looking temperatures to be around 58 in Ashland and on the Iron Range, and 62 in Duluth.
Sunday will be the warmest we have been in a while. We’ll be seeing mostly sunny skies across the region, and the humidity will be building through the afternoon. I’m expecting highs to be the warmest off to the north, getting to 90 in International Falls, 87 in Hibbing, 86 in Duluth, and 85 toward Ashland.
Monday is looking to be nearly a carbon copy of Sunday. Monday morning lows will be in the mid-60’s. Mostly sunny skies will prevail through the day, with highs in the mid-80’s for much of the Northland. The southerly flow sticks with us, pulling warm and moist air from the Gulf of Mexico, so we will be a bit muggy for the week ahead. Tuesday and Wednesday do have slight rain chances as the Jet Stream moves a bit closer to us, however, the rain chances are not very good only 20% for both days. High temperatures will remain in the mid-80’s through the middle portions of the week, with lows hanging in the low to mid-60’s. Thursday does come with a slightly better chance of rain in the morning, 30%, while Friday does have a chance of a scattered shower or two. Highs in the low-80’s, lows in the mid-60’s.
Have a great day!
Meteorologist Kevin Haas