Dan Romano's Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Sunday, October 23rd
Dan Romano

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A Beautiful Start to the Workweek

A weak disturbance is responsible for the mostly cloudy to overcast skies this evening, but an area of high pressure will create plenty of sunshine tomorrow. A cool Canadian airmass will keep temperatures in the 40s and 50s, once again, even with the abundant sunshine.

An area of low pressure will create chances of rain for the middle of the week. Clouds will move into the Upper Midwest ahead of that system on Tuesday, and a few showers are possible across the western portions of the viewing area.

The rain will push into the majority of the Northland on Wednesday. However, because the center of the storm system is expected to stay well to the south, neighborhoods closer to the Canadian Border may not see any rain at all.

The rain will push out of the region by Wednesday night, but the clouds will linger through the rest of the week.

WDIO Meteorologist Dan Romano


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