Friday: The humidity has risen as we enter Friday. This continues to increase as we see a high of 78 degrees and some spotty showers around the Northland. This leads to chances for storms overnight and into Saturday morning. There could be an isolated severe storm with the main concerns being damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rain in spots. A very small chance for a tornado exists as well. This will be the weaker of the two storms. We'll see a low of 65 Friday night.
Saturday: The strong storms move east in the morning and turn into scattered storm chances in Northwest Wisconsin by the afternoon. Highs will approach 80.
Sunday: The stronger storm does not arrive until Sunday afternoon and continues through the evening as it looks like Northeast Minnesota gets the brunt of it. Concerns are damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rain in spots. Things calm down with highs around 80 with much fewer clouds as we head into the work week and we return to comfortable weather.