Wednesday: After a frosty start to our Wednesday, temperatures remain on the chilly side through the afternoon with highs in the mid-50s. Skies will be mostly cloudy with a chance for rain from about Hayward to Ironwood in the afternoon. Most of the Northland stays dry as an area of high pressure keeps rain to our south. This high clears skies and keeps winds light overnight, allowing temperatures to drop back into the 30s with more frost concerns. Cover those plants for the third night in a row.
Thursday: High pressure will be responsible for sunny skies Thursday and Friday. Temps improve with a return to the low and mid-60s.
Friday: The next low-pressure system emerges from our southwest to bring rain chances that continue into Saturday. Temperatures remain in the mid-60s.