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Storms end Monday night, calmer Tuesday ahead

MONDAY NIGHT:

A low and its fronts tangling with the heat of the day have created severe storms over much of the region but most have passed to the east already.  It will calm down overnight.  Low temps will be 58-63 in MN.  They’ll be 62-67 in WI and MI.  The wind will be S 5-15 mph.

TUESDAY:

Things will calm down in MN on Tuesday and the sky will be partly cloudy.  In WI and MI, there will be a 20-30% chance for afternoon showers trying to pop up.  High temps will be 80-85 inland and 68-78 by Lake Superior.  The wind will be NW 5-10 in MN and SW 5-10 in WI and MI.

WEDNESDAY:

Another low pressure moves in from the west along with a wave in the jet stream. This brings another round of showers and storms. The threat for severe weather is low as of now, but a marginal risk is in place south and southwest of a line from Cloquet to Ironwood. Highs will get into the 80s inland, but an east wind will keep it in the 70s on top of the hill in Duluth, and in the 60s lakeside.

END OF WEEK: 

Thursday will be partly sunny with low 64 and high 85.  Friday will be mostly sunny with low 63 and high 86.  The Saturday forecast calls for a partly sunny sky with low 60 and high 82.  Sunday should be cloudy with a 40% rain chance and low 62 followed by high 80.

Dave Anderson

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