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Sunny and warmer Sunday, dry conditions through Wednesday

Sep 02, 2021 06:07AM ● By Editor
From the National Weather Service - Duluth - October 17, 2021

A ridge is expected to remain over the Northland through the remainder of the weekend and into the first half of next week. This will result in abundant sunshine continuing from Sunday through at least early Tuesday afternoon. Winds shifting to the south Sunday evening will allow warm air to move into the area for Monday and Tuesday. High temps will be well above-normal, with highs ranging from the low 60s in the Arrowhead to the low 70s for inland locations on Monday and Tuesday.

A change in pattern arrives Tuesday night as low pressure from the Rockies moves into the area. This low pressure is likely to bring widespread rain showers throughout the day on Wednesday, with the best time frame for rain being in the afternoon. High temps on Wednesday will be noticeably cooler, with low to mid 50s in Minnesota and mid 50s to low 60s in Wisconsin. Temps are likely to drop on Wednesday night into the 30s as a colder airmass returns to the area.

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