Friday, May 27
There is still quite a bit of disagreement with the models for today's rain chance. However, I'm still confidant we will see rain on and off this afternoon, just less confidant on the timing and location of the heaviest rain. From what we have been seeing this week I think Wisconsin/East-Central Minnesota will get the brunt of the rain and some isolated claps of thunder late this morning and then it will spread north into the afternoon/evening. Highs today will be in the 60's with winds out of the SE 5-10mph. There will be some fog, especially around the lake, through the morning and maybe into the afternoon. Chance of prep is 70%.
A stacked low will slide in for Saturday, bringing an 80% chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be in the lower 60's with winds out of the E 5-10mph. Expect to see between .75-1.5" of rain across the Northland.
Sunday we will see the stacked low depart and leave us with a 30% chance of some scattered showers and maybe some isolated thunder. Highs will be back into the 70's with winds out of the WNW 5-15mph.
Memorial Day looks warm with lows around 53 and highs getting up to 78. A lake breeze will form by the afternoon cooling us by the lake as the winds are rather light. But I do expect to see some sunshine!
Next week we will see another round of showers, mostly Tuesday into Wednesday. Highs will be in the mid-60's, which is right near average for this time of the year. High pressure will move in on Thursday.
Have a great day!