WEATHER STORY: Monday's highs hit summer style levels in the 80's for a lot of towns. Already by Tuesday, it will step back to the low 70's. By Wednesday, a long line of lows will make for several days of rain chances that may deliver enough rain to drain the strength out of the recent high fire danger we've all faced. In the meantime, the fire danger does remain high for the entire region at least through Tuesday.
MONDAY NIGHT: An area of high air pressure has control of our region and that will make the sky clear for most zones. However, a frontal boundary near the Canadian border may create some rain for towns up there. The low temperature will be near 50. The wind will be S 5-10 mph.
TUESDAY: The sky will be mostly sunny as the high holds on for one more day. The afternoon high temperature will be 72. The wind will be SE 5-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: The sky will become mostly cloudy as at least three low pressure systems try to take over the Upper Midwest. Wednesday will get a 40% chance for rain. The low temperature in the morning will be 53. The high will be 70. The wind will be SE 5-15 mph.
COMING UP: The lows will keep the sky cloudy and rain chances coming from Wednesday to next Monday. High temperatures will hold onto the low 70's for a while. Monday night, meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about the rain totals possible from this six day precip chance. Tuesday morning, meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett will track a pair of thunderstorm chances that will be embedded in the general chance for rain and if they could become severe or not.