Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to move through the Northland overnight into Monday morning. A few of theses cells could produce hail and heavy downpours. Low temperatures will drop into the mid to low 60s with calm winds out of the southeast.
A frontal boundary will move across the region on Monday and that will bring a 40% chance for showers and isolated thunderstorms through the morning and afternoon. Temperatures will be back into the mid 80s and dew points will also be high so it'll be muggy. Winds will trend out of the southwest at 5-10 mph.
More sun for Tuesday which helps temperatures climb back into the mid-80s. The afternoon should be mainly dry with lows overnight dropping into the 60s.
Another low pressure will move through the region for Wednesday bringing us a 40% chance of scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms into Wednesday evening. High temperatures will warm back up into the upper 80s.
A few storms could linger into Thursday morning as high pressure will start to set in Thursday afternoon for Friday. A mix of sun and clouds to end the week, before another round of shower activity is expected to head into Saturday. In terms of temperatures, the average is about 75 degrees and the extended will feature highs in the mid to upper 80s with higher dew points as well.