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MORE WET WEATHER AHEAD AS WE CLOSE OUT SEPTEMBER
The patches of morning fog have all but cleared with the help of some windy conditions in addition to the sun coming up. Scattered showers have been making their south out of Canada into the Northland this morning and will be widespread throughout the day. We will see intermittent sun breaks as the system passes with highs today in the mid 50s. This afternoon there is a chance for some isolated thunderstorms, though no current threat of severe weather.
Keep your umbrella handy as we will see much of the same weather pattern over the next couple of days. Tomorrow morning a front will pass through bringing more widespread rain, but scattered showers will continue in the afternoon and into the middle of the week. Highs will continue to be in the mid 50s with overnight lows near 40°.
October starts off on Thursday with a cold front bringing our overnight temperatures back down to near freezing, which we haven't seen since the 18th. Daytime highs will be in the upper 40s and these cooler temps will stick around into the weekend as we see drier weather move into the region.
Meteorologist Ken Slama