STORM CHANCES FRIDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY BOOK-ENDING A DECENT SATURDAY
Expect a change as we move from a nice morning and mid-day into a stormy evening into the overnight hours.
We do have a slight risk for severe weather through parts of the Northland Friday night, with the primary threat being strong winds and large hail. Temps will approach 80 degrees with dew points reaching into the 60s this afternoon and evening.
Saturday will give us a break of the stormy weather after the remnants of Fridays system move out in the morning. Temps saturday will climb into the low-to-mid 80s across the Northland, and with dew points in the 60s still, it will likely feel a bit hot and uncomfortable. Thankfully there will be a bit of a southwest breeze, which will make it a little less uncomfortable.
Sunday will be uncomfortable through the day, with a later chance of strong to severe storms that will last into early Monday. So be prepared for a stormy weekend with nighttime strong storms and stay weather aware!
Meteorologist Ryan Johnson