Wednesday, May 25
Clouds, fog, showers and storms expected tonight across the region. A low pressure system to our west moves north and east giving us the chance of some rain and thunder. Lows are in the upper 40s in Duluth and low 50s around the Iron Range. Winds are out of the east at 5-15mph. Hayward is down in the mid 50s and Ashland is near 48.
For our Thursday we have a low to our northwest and a low to our southwest. The chance of showers and storms from these two systems is around 40% and the storms will be scattered. Highs are in the mid 60s in Ashland and near 80 around Hayward. Ironwood is in the mid 70s. Winds start out from the SE in the morning at 5-10mph and then are out of the SW by the afternoon at 5-10mph. The Iron Range will be in the low 70s and Duluth is in the mid 60s on the hill and upper 50s by the lake.
The southern low approaches Friday and ups our chances to 70% of rain and some thunder as well. A weak cold front is pushing south and will cool our temperatures just a few degrees. The low slowly moves north and east over the Northland giving us a 70% chance of more rain and some thunder for Saturday. Lows are near 51 and highs are in the mid 60s.
Sunday the low is to our north. We have mostly cloudy skies, but its northern proximity will give us a 50% chance of showers and storms. Lows are in the low 50s Sunday and with a little sunshine we have highs in the low 70s. Memorial Day looks warmer with lows near 53 and highs near 78. With the heat and some humidity we can’t rule out a 30% chance of a few storms popping up.
Have a great day!