Tuesday: After a chilly start with temperatures beginning in the 40s across the Northland, we rise to low to mid-70s with a breezy southwest wind. This gusty wind, primarily out of the west, is something we can expect to continue throughout the rest of the workweek. Clouds gradually increase in the evening as a system to our north tries to generate showers crawling south of the international border toward the Iron Range.
Wednesday: Sunny skies dominate Wednesday with rain chances returning from the northwest Wednesday night. Mostly sunny and breezy. Highs near 74 degrees with a west wind of 10-15 mph.
Thursday: Showers exit the region to the east through Thursday morning with cool and windy conditions left behind the responsible cold front. High temps near 67 with a west wind of 10-20 mph.