Tuesday: A sunny start to the day for most of the Northland, with the exception of some ongoing thunderstorms north and west of the Iron Range. Those thunderstorms will diminish throughout the morning hours as we await a surge of tropical moisture moving in from the south. Most of the day should stay dry as the clouds increase and temperatures top out near 76 degrees.
Tuesday night: Heavy rain will be likely as the bulk of what is left of Tropical Storm Cristobal moves through the region. We can expect rain to come down steady and heavy at times with some localized flooding possible and a low temperature near 53.
Wednesday: Rain showers will continue to linger into Wednesday as the area of low pressure begins to pull off to the north. It will be breezy, wet, and cool with a high near 64. Northwest winds may occasionally gust over 30 mph as well. By the time the rain tapers off many areas will be looking at 1-3 inches of total rainfall from this system.