we started the day with clouds and areas of dense
However, by afternoon, the sun did make an appearance.
It was another seasonably mild day across the region.
A look at the maps shows yet another weak cool front
moving across Minnesota.
There were a few showers associated with the warm
front over northeastern Wisconsin and the UP, but
these will not be a problem.
In this front will slip quietly through the area and
help to clear out any clouds across the region.
A look temperatures shows most of us in the upper
40s to the middle 50s.
Here is today's almanac.
Look for a seasonably mild night, with lows in the
lower to middle 30s.
It's back to more highs innthe 50s for tomorrow.
As we look at the maps, we'll see a brief ridge of
high pressure in cotrol for tomorrow.
As a result, look for more sunshine.
As we head into tomorrow night, look for clouds to
increase a bit as our next frontal system moves into
south winds ahead of this will pull even warmer air
into the region.
As a result, we'll only see lows in the middle and
By Thursday, it will be breezy and unseasonably warm,
with highs from the upper 50s to the middle 60s.
Farther south, there is the storms systme we've been
That will lift northeast toward northern Wisconsin.
In this track, we'll escape the accumulating snow,
but not the wind and cold.
just in time for the opening weekend of the gun deer
For tonight, look for a clear night with lows in the
middle to upper 30s.
More sunshine is on tap for tomorrow.
look for highs in the middle and upper 50s.
look for another mild day Thursday ahead of that storm
By Friday, look for wind and a few showers.
It will be followed by sharply colder air for the
look for highs in the 30s and lows in the 20s.
We'll pick up another chanceo rain and snow as we
head intothe first part of next week with a weaker
system that may just pass by to our south.