Tuesday: Areas of fog blanket much of the Northland in the morning with visibility down to less than a mile for some. The fog improves by mid-morning as temperatures rise with mostly sunny skies taking over. Temperatures reach into the mid-80s across the board. The area of high pressure responsible for the lack of cloud cover will also result in light winds transitioning from northwest to southwest throughout the day, limiting the influence of Lake Superior on temperatures.

Tuesday night: This quiet period will be short lived, with the next system approaching from the west Tuesday night. This will present the chance for strong to severe thunderstorms as far east as Grand Rapids to International Falls. These storms are pushed north of the international border Wednesday morning, then we will likely see scattered thunderstorms return in the late afternoon and evening as a front approaches. Thunderstorm chances continue overnight Wednesday and into Thursday with potential for heavy rain that may result in flash flooding.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy and breezy. Chance for thunderstorms. High 82. SE wind 10-15 mph.

Wednesday night: Thunderstorms likely with heavy rain and flash flooding possible. Low 63. SW wind 5-15 mph.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for thunderstorms. High 83.