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Wednesday- September 17, 2014
TODAY/TONIGHT: Looks like we will be seeing a few extra clouds for today, so expect partly sunny conditions. Highs will be around 62° for the Ports with upper 50's and lower 60's for everyone else. Could see some upper 60's in east-central MN this afternoon. But an area of high pressure will move in from the north, turning the winds out of the NE this afternoon between 10-15mph. This will keep temperatures cooler by the lake later today. Tonight the skies will clear out a bit and lows will drop into the 30's, some folks in the Arrowhead and the Range could see temperatures fall below 32° so be sure to cover the plants.
THURSDAY: The area of high pressure will move over the Great Lakes and bring southerly flow our way. However, the winds will remain out of the SE for the Ports, so it will be a little cooler near the lake. Highs will manage upper 50's and lower 60's near the lake, but further west we could see some upper 60's.
FRIDAY: Warm and saturated air finally makes it into the Northland. Highs will be in the upper 60's and lower 70's, but there is also a 60% chance of scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms.
SATURDAY: The models are still not quite in agreement over the placement of the showers and storms, so going with a 50% chance of seeing some scattered showers and thunderstorms. Otherwise we will see mostly cloudy skies and highs in the upper 60's and lower 70's.
Make it a great day!