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Flood watch in effect for parts of NW WI & the U.P.


Rain showers will continue Sunday night.  They will be infrequent in MN but heavier and more persistent in WI & MI.  Because of the that, the National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch from the Bayfield Peninsula to the Upper Peninsula through Monday night.  Low temps will be in the mid 30’s.  The wind will be NE 10-15 mph.i


The rain making low pressure system will depart our region slowly on Monday.  MN should dry up fairly early but showers will linger longer in WI & MI and aggravate the Flood Watch.  There is a 40% chance for more rain on that side of our region.  All sides should have a mostly cloudy sky on Monday.  High temps will run 45-50.


Sunshine returns for Tuesday, as well as warmer temperatures! High temperatures will reach the mid 50s, with winds out of the NE at 5-10 mph. This will keep it cooler by the lake. Lows for Tuesday drop to near freezing.


The warming trend will continue into Wednesday with mostly sunny skies. High temperatures will climb into the low 60s thanks to the southwesterly flow. Wednesday night remains mild with lows in the low 40s.


Dry conditions will continue to end out the work week, as well as average temperatures. Cooler temperatures arrive again on Saturday only in the 40s, and a chance for rain.

Dave Anderson

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