A MUCH CALMER PATTERN HEADS OUR WAY
Low temperatures will hold constant in the 50s and low 60s with most of the clouds in northern Wisconsin through Thursday morning. A cold front will swing through the area by midday Thursday, dragging in more realistic temperatures for this time of the year. High temperatures will be cool as of late, but we will manage to situate in the 60s and 70s both Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will only be in the mid to upper 50s along the north shore by the time Friday afternoon rolls around. Wind gusts may get into the 25-30 mph range both afternoons, bringing a fire risk to portions of the Iron Range.
The quiet pattern will continue right on into the weekend! Saturday will be an absolutely gorgeous day as a light wind, low humidity and plentiful sunshine will work its way into the Northland. Temperatures and clouds will increase a little more for Sunday remaining dry once again. This will put an end to a mild and rather dry stretch to late May.
The overall outlook into early June suggests that a rather dry pattern will continue. High temperatures will easily pivot in the 70s and 80s as we drag you into early to mid next week. Dew point temperatures will also increase, meaning humidity will definitely be noticeable. If you don't like mugginess, this weekend is your weekend to get outside!
Chief Meteorologist Sam Gabrielli