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LOOKING AT ANOTHER STORMY DAY TOMORROW, THEN A WEEKDAY COOL-DOWN IN TIME FOR FALL!
Good evening Northland!
Wow, it’s been a foggy one today, especially by the lake shore! We’re still seeing a pretty thick soup in the Twin Ports and low visibility is still showing up along both shores! Be safe out there, especially with the evening commute! This fog will likely persist overnight, and more widespread fog will form across the Northland in the early morning hours.
Not long into the morning tomorrow we’ll see storms moving through the Northland. Some of these will be strong, with maybe a couple of marginally severe storms. Anything becoming severe is unlikely, but worth keeping an eye on. Temps tomorrow will top-off in the low 70s.
Sunday will start out breezy with some sun, but there is a slight chance of some isolated showers in the afternoon. It will also begin a stretch of chilly weather, with us sitting in the upper 60s through Tuesday, and then cooling down towards the end of the week.
We will see a break on Monday for your first day of fall, with showers and storms returning late Tuesday through Wednesday. Friday looks clear and sunny, but I’m keeping an eye on Saturday, as it looks like we could get some stormy weather that day.
Look for the positive this weekend and enjoy what you can!
Meteorologist Ryan Johnson