WEATHER STORY: The sunny but humid weekend gave the atmosphere plenty of moisture to turn into rain on Monday. Many Minnesota towns have already received more than an inch. There is a 70% chance for more Monday night. On the Wisconsin and U.P. side, severe thunderstorms are also possible. As early as Tuesday morning, high air pressure will take over for the rain making low pressure system and bring back the sun. The sun should then stick around for most of the week ahead. Temperatures will be cooler than normal this week.
MONDAY NIGHT: The sky will be mostly cloudy because of a low pressure system and its cold front. The front will stir up a 70-90% chance for showers and thunderstorms. Many Minnesota towns have already pulled an inch or two of rain and many Wisconsin and Michigan towns could do the same through early Tuesday morning. The low temperature range will go from 45-50. The wind will be NW 10-20 mph.
TUESDAY: Fresh high air pressure will chase the low away and the sun will come back out fairly early in the day. The high temperature range be 60-65. This time around, the warmer temperatures will be by Lake Superior and the cooler ones inland. The wind will be NW 5-15 mph.
WEDNESDAY: The high will continue to control the sky in a sunny way on Wednesday. The morning low temp will be around 42. The high will go back to 67. The wind will be SW 5-10 mph.
COMING UP: The high pressure cell will dominate most of our days this week with a clear to partly cloudy sky. One exception will be Friday with a 40% chance for rain. The rest of the week will be high and dry. High temperatures will run the range of 60-68 this week. The lows will be 42-48.