Weather Updates from TV6 Meteorologists Karl Bohnak and Jennifer Perez
The frontal system that produced episodes of heavy rain especially in the Western U.P. Friday morning has pushed east of the region, resulting in west-to-east clearing overnight. Building high pressure drives a strong NW wind to the U.P. as speed gusts exceed 25 mph at times. Light breezes persist Saturday morning and under mostly clear skies, lows can dip from the upper 30s to lower 50s (coldest interior).
High pressure breaks down Monday as a Northern Plains-based system brings widespread rain chances over the U.P. Monday night through Tuesday.
Following the system’s exit Wednesday, a cold airmass builds over the U.P. and brings the chance of Lake Superior-effect rain to mainly the north wind belts.
Saturday: Mostly sunny and mild
>Highs: Upper 60s to Lower 70s
Sunday: Partly cloudy and warmer with southerly winds gusting over 20 mph at times
Monday: Partly cloudy then becoming mostly cloudy in the evening with a chance of showers over the western and southern counties; breezy and warm
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain; cooler and breezy
Wednesday, first day of fall: Partly to mostly cloudy with a chance of rain showers esp. over the northern wind belts; cool
Thursday and Friday: Partly cloudy and mild overall
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