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Persistent rain chances may pop up almost all week long

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MONDAY NIGHT:  Rain arrived Monday morning and brought a trace to 2/10" to many MN towns. Totals ran from 1/4" to even 3/4" for parts of WI and MI. Monday night, there will be a 60% chance for more showers and thunderstorms. Severe weather is not expected but brief, heavy downpours are possible. Low temp will be near 60. The wind will be E 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY: The low that brought the Monday rain will move north but there will still be enough lift, heat and humidity left for a 40% shot at showers Tuesday morning. High temp will be near 80 and it may be muggy due to dew points in the 60's. The wind will be E 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY NIGHT:  The sky will become partly cloudy while in between low pressure systems. Low temps will be 60-65. The wind will be ESE 5-10 mph

WEDNESDAY:  The next low will drag a cold front across the region which will be the agent of lift to create a 30% chance for showers and thunderstorms. Morning low temps will run 55-60. Afternoon high temps will be 85-90 inland. Cooler by the lake will happen on the shoreline where it will be close to 70. The wind will be ESE 5-15 mph.

THURSDAY:  Thursday will be a sunny and dry day. That will keep our warm spell going. Inland highs will run 85-90. Lakeside highs will be near 70. The wind will be light and variable.

INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND:  The 4th of July will be hot and sunny with temperatures at least 10-20 degrees above average. Highs will likely be in the low to mid 90s, even just over the hill at the head of the lakes. Lows will be in the 60s to low 70s. If we hit 90 in Duluth, it'll be the first time since August 11, 2018.

Dave Anderson

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