Calm Monday night may lead to thunder by Tuesday afternoon

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MONDAY NIGHT:

A lingering cell of high air pressure will keep the Monday night sky clear to partly cloudy.  The low temp will range from 48-52.  The wind will be WSW 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY:

The day will start with a partly cloudy to partly sunny sky but clouds will increase as the day goes on due to the approach of two Alberta Clipper style low pressure systems.  One or both of them will bring a 40% rain chance by afternoon but the chance will go up towards 80% by Tuesday night.  And, there will be a risk for severe storms for a slice of our region.  High temps will be 70-75 inland and 60-68 by Lake Superior.  The wind will be SSW 5-15 mph.

SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY:

Thunderstorms strong enough to be considered severe may develop Tuesday night along a line from Aitkin to the Twin Ports.  The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK feels that area will be  under a marginal risk. The main threat would be hail, strong winds and heavy rainfall.

WEDNESDAY: 

Wednesday should clear towards partly cloudy as Tuesday’s low leaves and a small slice of higher pressure comes around.  Wednesday’s low will be 50 followed by a high of 61.

THURSDAY THROUGH THE WEEKEND:

Clouds in turn build back in on Thursday to kick up a 30% chance for rain along with a low of 42 and a high of 60.  Friday gets a 60% rain chance with a cloudy sky and a low of 48 followed by a high of 60.  Saturday should be partly sunny with low 43 and high 57.  Sunday will be cloudy and rainy with a low of 42 and a high of 55.

Dave Anderson

Dave Anderson

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