After a rather chilly start, we are looking at a very pleasant day ahead. Big area of high pressure to our south will give us lots of sunshine and nice breeze out of the W around 5-15 mph. Highs trend slightly warmer however, in the upper 60s to mid 70s.
A low pressure and warm front is set to move in from the west. This will increase the clouds and bring a chance of showers and t-storms after midnight. The chance of rain sits at 30% in the Twin Ports, but the better chance will be to the west and northwest. Winds trend S to SW around 5-10 mph. Lows fall back into the mid 40s to mid 50s, but may rise overnight with the cloud cover and the southerly winds.
Showers and scattered t-storms may linger into the morning hours, but should dissipate. The first low will move to our west, but another one develops to the northeast and slides southeast with a cold front attached. Skies will remain partly sunny to cloudy for most of the day before more showers and t-storms develop into the afternoon and last through the evening hours. Some stronger storms are possible. Winds trend SW 5-15 mph, but will turn NW into the evening as the cold front passes. Highs range from the upper 60s NE to near 80 SW. Lows will fall back into the upper 40s to mid 50s with the showers and storms gradually ending.
Some showers may linger Saturday morning, otherwise conditions remain mostly dry into Saturday afternoon. Some spotty showers are possible on Father’s Day, otherwise looking at partial sunshine. Highs will be in the mid 60s to mid 70s, but will be much cooler lakeside thanks to an E to NE wind.
The sunshine returns Monday with a mix of clouds and sunshine. Another system is forecasted to impact the Northland beginning Tuesday evening and lasting through at least Wednesday. If the models stay consistent, it could bring a decent amount of rain to the area. I will be tracking that closely in the coming days. Highs begin the week in the low 70s, falling back into the 60s midweek.