WEDNESDAY NIGHT: National Weather Service Duluth reports that all of our counties report moderate to high wildland fire risk. Rain remains the solution but will not happen Wednesday night. High air pressure will keep the sky clear to partly cloudy. The wind will be E 5-10 mph. Low temps will run 45-50.
THURSDAY: The high pressure cell plopped across the middle U.S. will make for one more clear to partly cloudy day. Temperatures will once again be in the 50's and 60's near Lake Superior with 70's likely farther inland. The wind will be SSE 5-15 mph.
FRIDAY: Clouds will increase as a low pressure system rolls towards us from Montana and thunder may roll, too, in the afternoon and evening. The rain chance is about 40%. Inland high temps will run 70-75 with lakeside numbers hitting 60=70. The wind will be SSE 5-15 mph.
WEEKEND: There will be scattered chances for showers and thunderstorms both Saturday and Sunday as the low and its cold front cut across the region. The sky both days will be partly sunny to mostly cloudy. The rain chance is around 50%. The Saturday wind will be SSE 5-15. The Sunday wind will be WSW 5-15. High temps will be 69-75. Low temps will be 50-55.
MEMORIAL DAY: The low will linger long enough for a 30% rain chance in the morning but the sky will clear in the afternoon. The wind will be WNW 5-15. Temperatures should place with the 69-75 range.