WARMING UP TO END THE WEEK BEFORE A PROLONGED PERIOD OF STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS STARTS SATURDAY

A few light showers and patchy fog stuck around this morning after most of yesterday’s rain cleared the Northland.  Otherwise we will stay under mostly cloudy skies until this afternoon when they will start to clear out for some evening sun before it sets. Temperatures are back on the rise as we start heading into Memorial Day Weekend with highs near 60° this afternoon. Winds will be light through the day at 5-10 mph varying in direction.

Clouds will continue to clear overnight as high pressure moves into the area which will pave the way for a very sunny Friday across the Northland with highs in the 70s.  Enjoy it as an active weather pattern takes over the holiday weekend and into next week.  Showers along with strong to severe thunderstorms are possible over the weekend starting on Saturday which currently has a slight risk for parts of the Northland.  Continue to monitor the weather heading into the weekend as Sunday and Monday are looking like they will also carry some level of severe weather risk as well. Models show continued chances of storms on Tuesday before they start to diminish next Wednesday.  Temperatures will remain at or above normal while the active weather period affects our holiday weekend plans, so at least we will have that going for us.

Meteorologist Ken Slama

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