Friday, April 29
Lows tonight are in the upper 20s in Hibbing and International Falls and mid 30s here in Duluth with a NE wind at 4-8mph. Expect clear skies as high pressure dominates to our north. Ashland and Superior are in the upper 20s and Hayward is near 30 tonight.
It’s the same meteorological set up as earlier this week, we have a high to our north and low to our south on Saturday. This gives us a strong east wind again and cools us back down. Highs are in the upper 40s on the hill in Duluth and low 40s by the lake. The Iron Range has temps in the upper 50s and International Falls as well. Hayward is in the mid 50s, but closer to the lake we have mid to upper 40s in Ashland and Superior.
The high and low move east and allow another high to push in from Wyoming. That weakens our winds and we have temperatures warm up Sunday! Lows are down to 34 and highs are in the mid 50s with mostly sunny skies. Monday we are in the mid 30s to start and we have highs getting into the low 60s by the afternoon.
Tuesday is also warm. Lows are down to 42 and highs are up to 65. We have partly cloudy skies with a 20% chance of showers by the afternoon/evening. We cool off a bit on Wednesday as a trough in the jet stream pushes south and high pressure scoops up some cold air bringing it southward over our region. Lows are near 40 and highs are in the upper 50s.
Have a great weekend!