Today we started off cloudy and then the sun finally broke through this afternoon! It brightened moods and warmed us up to near 60 degrees. Tonight the clouds will build back in due to the cooler winds coming off of the warmer lake. Overnight lows will be around 50 degrees lakeside and mid to upper 40’s inland and on the Iron Range.
Tomorrow we will have a mix of sun and clouds with a lake breeze continuing. Highs lakeside will be near 60 degrees. Inland areas will rise into the mid 60’s with sunny skies. A few clouds will roll back in as we head into the evening hours, with overnight lows in the low to mid to upper 40’s.
Sunday some clouds will linger in the morning, but clearing will quickly take place and temperatures will remain steady in the mid 60’s lakeside, upper 60’s inland. The evening will remain clear with low temperatures in the upper 40’s.
To start the work week off, it will be a bright one. Plentiful sunshine across the Northland on Monday with temperatures rising to the mid and upper 60’s! A lake breeze will continue and keep lakeside areas near 64 degrees. Overnight lows will be in the low 50’s with partly cloudy skies.
Warm air really begins to pump into the Northland on Tuesday. It will be the warmest day of the week, with temperatures flirting with 70 degrees! A mix of sun and clouds, with increasing mugginess will make it feel like summer again! There is a slight chance of showers on Tuesday evening, with a low near 56 degrees.
Wednesday we have a low pressure moving into the warm and moist air in place, this makes for good ingredients for showers and storms throughout the day. Mostly cloudy skies and high temperatures will be in the low to mid 60’s. Overnight showers will continue on and off, while temperatures fall to the low 50’s.
Thursday scattered rain chances continue on the backside of the low pressure system. Alongside of that, cooler air will be wrapping around and surging in from Canada. Temperatures on Thursday will be in the mid to upper 50’s, with windy conditions. Overnight lows will drop into the low to mid 40’s
Friday overcast skies remain but rain chances come to an end. The main concern Friday will be the strong winds sustained out of the southwest at 10-20mph and gusts up to 40mph! Overnight lows from this point on will be approaching and diving into the 30’s. After all… it is fall! So be prepared as we head into next weekend prepare for freezing temperatures and likely frost.