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Storms depart and a clearer sky will come for Friday

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THURSDAY NIGHT: Clouds will decrease from west to east as higher air pressure settles over the Northland. Low temps will be 55-60. The wind will be W 5-10 mph.

FRIDAY:  The sky will be mostly sunny as the high takes over for a day and a half. High temps will be 80-85 inland with 75-80 more likely by Lake Superior. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph. P.S. Dewpoints will drop back into the 50s, so humidity levels will feel much more comfortable!

WEEKEND:  Saturday, a new area of low pressure and an upper-level wave of lift will bring a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms Saturday afternoon. Sunday, higher air pressure will bring back a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky. Wind both days should be NNE 5-10 mph. Morning low temps will be 55-60. Highs will go 78-83.

NEXT WEEK: Most of Monday should be dry but the next chance for rain comes Monday night and may last until Wednesday. After that, it will clear up again. High temps will run a range of 75-85 with low temps going 55-65.

Dave Anderson

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