StormTeam Outlook: Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles
More Sunshine to End the Week...
Clouds will continue to thicken during the overnight hours ahead of an upper level low tracking across the International Border. Some scattered showers are possible through the evening across the Northland. The most likely areas will be north of the Twin Ports.
High pressure will reestablish itself Thursday and Friday to allow more sunshine and warmer air to return. Winds will turn to the south by Friday causing more moisture to be pumped in and ultimately lead to a humid environment. With added moisture to the region there is a chance for two rounds of stronger storms will develop Saturday. This first will come Early Friday morning before sunrise and the second will come Saturday afternoon. Biggest threat will be large hail and damaging wind. Areas to the north looks to see the most, including the BWCA.