Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

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StormTeam Outlook: Thursday, October 27th, 2016
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

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Conditions for the most part will continue to be cloudy over the next 24 hours and really right through the weekend.  We are going to be warmer right through the end of the work week as a warm from lifts into the upper Midwest.  

Chances for rain around the region tonight are rather low.  However, tomorrow as surface low moves across the northern plains rain is possible along the International Border.

High pressure is set return for the weekend behind exiting low Saturday.  Colder air coming in with the high will be cool enough to squeeze out an moisture available and keep the skies cloudy.  There is a small piece of energy that may bring some light rain south of the Twin Ports Saturday.  Right now it looks to be central Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Rain looks to return again just in time for the trick or treaters to get a little wet.

Enjoy the Day!

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