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Calm Tuesday night to give way to stormy Wednesday


The sky will be partly cloudy as a high pressure cell lingers for a few more hours.  Low temps will be 55-60 in MN and 60-65 in WI and MI.  The wind will be E 5-15 mph.


A new low pressure system looms to the west and it should be upon our region by mid afternoon.  Thick cloud cover may keep temperatures down but the low will have rapid enough lift on its own to create thunderstorms without the help of much local convection.  The chance for rain is 60% and severe storms could again be embedded in those odds.  High temps will be 65-70 by Lake Superior.  Inland, the range of temps will be 75-80.  The wind will be ESE 5-15 mph.


In turn, a new high will clear the sky on Thursday for at least a little while.  Low temps will be 63 with a return to warm highs with a top temp expected near 85.


Friday will be warm and muggy with a partly sunny sky and a 30% chance for rain.  The low will be 66 and the high will be 86.  Saturday will be partly sunny with low 60 and high 80.  Sunday should be partly sunny with 40% rain chance, low 58 and high 75.

Dave Anderson

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