Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Wednesday August 27th, 2014
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist

An extended arm of energy from an area low pressure coming out of the plains.  What does this mean for us?  Well it looks as if enough energy will advance far enough to bring our southern viewing area some rain Thursday.  Most of this rain or localized heavier amounts look to fall near the Hinckley, Minnesota.  This area may see up to a .25" of rain.

By Friday evening another late day piece of energy is set to roll through.  Right now models are inconsistent with rain placement so go with scattered wording until details become better.  Temperatures over the next  seven days look to stay near 70 around the Northland with some warmer weather to our south.   A stronger cold front looks to come through late Sunday into Monday to bring some heavier rain.  Location is still up in air but at this time does appear to be mostly south.  Look for gusty winds late Sunday into Monday too.

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