Small Craft Advisory for shoreline of Lake Superior from 10 PM Tuesday to 10 PM Wednesday.
Several low pressure systems to the south and west of our region have been affecting the nation in a wet and stormy way. Our turn begins tonight as those lows cloud up the sky and start delivering rain chances after midnight. Low temps will be 37-43. The wind will be E 10-20 mph.
Wednesday’s rain chance stands at 100% and conditions should be more wet than stormy. Most zones could manage a half to full inch of wildland fire danger quenching rain. High temps will be 50-60 inland and 37-42 by Lake Superior. The wind will be ESE 10-25 mph.
The first low pressure exits the area on Thursday but we’ll be caught between the tail end of that first one and the front end of a second. That means dry conditions but a mostly cloudy to overcast sky. The low will be 43 with a high back up to 63 which is pretty close to normal!
FRIDAY & THE MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND:
The weekend we use to pay tribute to those who have fallen in service to our nation begins on Friday for many folks. The second low pressure system will make Friday a cloudy one and there will be a 60% chance this one packs thunderstorms. The low will be 43 with a high again near 63. Come Saturday, though, high pressure takes over to banish the lows for a while. Saturday should be partly sunny and dry with a low of 45 and a high of 67. Sunday will be partly cloudy with low 43 and high 65. Memorial Day Monday will be partly sunny with low 43 and high 61.