Rain Ending by Afternoon Followed by a Sunny Couple Days!
Rain will begin to taper off by mid afternoon as the low that brought some more than 4" of rain moves east. High pressure will slide in behind this system helping to clear out our skies by late afternoon/early evening. Though we may see some sun, don't expect temperatures to warm up much more than Tuesday with highs only in the low to mid 50's near the lake, and low to mid 60's away from the lake. Temperatures in the evening will fade back into the upper 30's to low 40's with winds out of the northeast finally dying down to 5 to 10 mph.
Wet Weather Watch:
We've got more chances for rain Friday night, Sunday, and Monday as a broad area of low pressure makes its way into the Northland. It's a ways out, and some models bring sunshine, but I think we've got a decent shot at seeing a sprinkle or three. Stay tuned.
High (avg/rec): 64/90; 1964
Low (avg/rec): 42/30; 1917
Last Year: 66/51 - Cloudy with Light Rain
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