As a cold front slides through the region this evening, our western regions will see thunderstorms develop some of which may be strong. It will continue to slide to our east, and the Twin Ports can expect showers and thunderstorms late overnight. Low temperatures this evening will be in the low 60s, with winds out of the south at 5-10 mph.
The cold front moves through Sunday morning, rain will taper and it will cool us off a bit. High temperatures will get into the mid 70s, Duluth nearing 74 degrees. Skies will gradually clear into the afternoon due to high pressure making way for plenty of sunshine. Partly cloudy skies overnight with lows in the low 50s.
We start the week off with a zonal flow, meaning no troughs and no ridges. Lots of sunshine for the afternoon, with high temperatures warming up into the low 80s. Another cold front will slide through overnight into Tuesday bringing another round of showers and storms. Lows on Monday night drop to 60 degrees.
Lingering showers in the morning hours, with partly cloudy skies into the afternoon. Highs for Tuesday reach into the upper 70s, Duluth at 77 degrees. Cooler air makes its way in from the cold front Tuesday night into late week, with lows dropping to low 50s.
Wednesday will remain dry however, will be cooler. Temperatures will only climb into the low 70s. Plenty of sunshine through mid week into the late week as well. Next shower chances will be during the weekend, when we see more warm air advection warming us back into the upper 70s.