Lack of cloud cover overnight has led to a chilly start to our Thursday with some areas dropping into the upper 20s. The responsible area of high pressure gradually slides east with sunshine, light winds, and highs in the upper 50s to low 60s. Clouds increase Thursday night with a chance for showers and a rumble of thunder as a warm front approaches the region. This bumps up temps Friday with 70s achieved across the Northland. Winds will be breezy out of the southwest behind this first front, then switching to a west wind behind the cold front which follows in the evening. We should stay dry with this system under partly cloudy skies. We are then left with a cooler Saturday, particularly along the shorelines of Lake Superior, with abundant sunshine.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. High 59. SW wind 2-8 mph. Thursday night: Partly cloudy with a chance for showers. Low around 47. SE wind 2-8 mph.
Friday: Few early morning showers, then partly cloudy, breezy, and warm. High 72. SW wind 10-15 mph.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 56. NE wind 5-10 mph.