ACTIVE WEATHER TAKES OVER FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK, WITH SEVERAL CHANCES OF RAIN
Tonight into tomorrow begins an active period of weather, as we will have a system moving into the Northland that will bring periods of rain. The system will be a slow moving one, so rain accumulation could add to river flooding over the next stretch. This system will begin moving out later on Friday, and colder air on the backside of it will bring a chance of freezing rain and snow. I’m not expecting much snowfall at this point, so we shouldn’t have to deal with any major accumulation.
As we get into the day on Saturday, clouds will clear out, making for a nice day! Temps will be in the low 40s and winds should be pretty light, so it should be a good one to get outside for a little bit.
Active weather will move into the Northland again as we start out the week. We could even see some thunder Monday evening! Rain chances will continue through mid-week. Temps finishing out the weekend will be close to 50 degrees, which will continue through Wednesday!
Meteorologist Ryan Johnson