We sit under a ridge of high pressure which will allow for the breaks in the clouds by late morning hours.Plenty of sunshine with high temperatures climbing into the upper 40s, low 50s. Duluth hitting at 49 degrees with winds out of the southeast at 5-10.
Tonight, clouds increase a bit and we’ll be under partly cloudy skies with winds remaining out of the southeast at 5-10 mph. Low temperatures drop to around 40 degrees.
A low pressure attached to a weak cold front will slide through late on Friday which does bring the chance for a few areas to see a light rain shower. Most spots will remain dry just under mostly cloudy skies. High temperatures continue to warm with warm air advection and we’ll see highs in the low 60s.
A few early morning showers are possible for Northern Minnesota, otherwise a nice day in store for Saturday. We’ll see mostly sunny skies by the afternoon with high temperatures in the upper 50s. Winds will trend out of the southwest bringing in the warmer air. Saturday night low temperatures drop to 39 degrees.
A large low pressure system starts to take shape over the central plains and this will be our next rain maker. This system will move into the area in the afternoon hours bringing rain showers. High temperatures will remain mild for Sunday in the upper 50s.
Rain showers will continue for much of Monday, and winds will become more breezy. High temperatures only top out in the low 50s, with winds out of the southeast at 15-20 mph.
Tuesday we see some light rain showers before the system moves out, and then conditions will dry up for a bit. After this low pressure passes, temperatures will have cooled down back into the mid to upper 40s for high temperatures.