Our Wednesday will be breezy out of the northwest with partly cloudy skies and highs ranging from the mid-50s to low 60s. A system passing to our north will try to bring a few showers south of the Canadian border in the afternoon. A line from the Iron Range to Two Harbors will be the southern extent of rain chances. High pressure moves into the region throughout the day and clears skies Wednesday night, allowing temps to drop back into the 30s. The high gradually slides east Thursday with sunshine, light winds and similar temps. Clouds increase Thursday night with a chance for showers as a warm front sweeps the region. This bumps up temps Friday with widespread upper 60s and low 70s achieved by early afternoon. Highs should be halted there as a cold front follows.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. High 61. WNW wind 5-15 mph. Wednesday night: Mostly clear, low around 37. W wind 2-8 mph.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 59. SW wind 2-8 mph.
Friday: Few early morning showers, then partly cloudy and breezy. High 69. SW wind 10-15 mph.