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Gradually Clearing Skies Tonight

Today the rain came to an end but the clouds continued to linger with temperatures flirting with 60 degrees. The winds also have finally calmed down to 10-15mph out of the northeast; but they were still strong enough to put Park Point Beach in a Beach Hazard for high waves and strong rip currents. As we head into the evening the clouds will gradually begin to clear. Winds will calm to 5mph and temperatures will drop into the upper 30’s to mid-40’s. If the clouds clear out of the Iron Range and cooler northern areas early, then low temperatures may flirt with the mid-30’s. To be safe, I would cover all plants this evening to avoid any frost potential, as tonight will be the coldest night of the week.

Tomorrow will be another dry and quiet day as the low pressure continues to move southward and further away from the Northland. High pressure will build and keep our skies clear, with calm winds. The sun will brighten our day and our temperatures will bounce into the upper 50’s to mid-60’s. The Twin Ports will see a high of 61 degrees tomorrow. The evening will remain clear and calm with lows in the mid to upper 40’s.

Friday will be a nice end to the work and school week! Sunshine will abundant and temperatures will be mild, in the mid to upper 60’s. Duluth will see a high near 63 degrees with a 5-10mph lake breeze. Then the evening will remain clear and temperatures will dip to the upper 40’s to low 50’s.

To kick the weekend off on Saturday, you can bet it will be a nice one! Mostly sunny skies will prevail with the continuing calm lake breeze. High temperatures will reach near 63 degrees with overnight lows in the upper 40’s.

Sunday some clouds roll into the Northland, giving us a nice mix of sun and clouds. Temperatures will basically be a repeat of the past few days, with highs near 64 degrees. Overnight lows will be in the mid- 40’s.

Monday rain and storm chances return gradually. We will start the work and school week off with mostly sunny skies that will gradually become mostly cloudy. High temperatures will remain slightly above average in the mid 60’s. Monday night showers could move into the Northland and lows will be in the low 50’s.

Tuesday looks to be cloudy, muggy, windy and wet. Temperatures will rise to 65 degrees with chances of showers and storms. Overnight lows will be warm in the mid 50’s.

Wednesday showers and storms could linger, but I guarantee it will be another windy day. Winds will be out of the west 10-20mph sustained, with gusts up to 30mph. High temperatures will be a bit cooler, in the low 60’s.


Weather Almanac

Average High:60°
Average Low:41°
Record High:81° in 2014
Record Low:24° in 1961
Sunrise:7:03 AM CDT
Sunset:6:52 PM CDT
Sunrise:7:02 AM CDT
Sunset:6:54 PM CDT