Forecast

SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS PUSH THROUGH THE NORTHLAND TONIGHT.

Tonight we have the chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms across the Northland. They are moving in from the northwest and tracking southeastward. They are mainly slow moving storms, 15-25mph. Some of them have gusty winds up to 45mph, pea size hail, cloud to ground lighting and heavy downpours. Stay indoors and away from trees and windows during these storms. The severe weather will stay to our west and south through the night. But the chance for strong storms still continues.

Temperatures overnight will drop into the upper 50’s lakeside, low 50’s inland. After the showers and storms pass through and come to an end, the skies will clear to partly cloudy skies overnight. A chance for patchy fog in the early morning hours is possible.

Tomorrow, a high pressure system settles in and clears our skies. Abundant sunshine will warm us up into the low 80’s! West winds 10-15mph will lead to a comfortable and beautiful Saturday.

Sunday, chances for more rain arrive in the early morning, then the sun makes a return. Temperatures remain above average, in the low 80’s.

-- Meteorologist Brittney Merlot