Wednesday morning set a record low temp in Hibbing for a second day in a row with readings in the upper 30’s. However, warm air wafting up from a southerly wind should prevent that from happening a third day. Wednesday night and Thursday morning should be clear to partly cloudy from lingering high air pressure. Low temps will be 50-55. The wind will be S 5-10 mph.
Most of us will get one last sunny day from the now migrating eastward high pressure cell. Advancing low pressure, though, will bring a 30% chance for Thursday afternoon rain on the Mesabi and Vermilion Iron Ranges. High temps will be 78-83. The wind will be SSW 5-15 mph.
FRIDAY & THE WEEKEND:
Friday will be partly cloudy with 30% rain chance and low 62 with high 81. Saturday will be partly cloudy with 30% rain chance with low 62 and high 78. Sunday will be partly sunny with 40% rain chance and low 61 followed by high 82.
EARLY NEXT WEEK:
Monday gets a 40% shot at rain, too, with low 61 and high 82. The rain chances go away for next Tuesday and Wednesday.