Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Tuesday September 2nd, 2014
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist

Scattered showers and storms will linger across the northern counties this evening and into the overnight hours. Lightning and brief heavy rain and gusty winds are the main threats tonight. Another round of thunderstorms is expected Wednesday afternoon and evening with convection initiating to the south along a northward moving warm front. Strong to severe storms are possible with large hail, damaging winds, heavy rain and even a few tornadoes. The strongest storms are expected south of Highway 2 in Minnesota in the afternoon, and into northwest Wisconsin in the evening.

Showers look to linger around until late Thursday across the Arrowhead and U.P. of Michigan.  Then an area of high pressure is set to roll in for the end of the week into the weekend.  We're looking are pleasant skies with temperatures near 70 and lighter winds.  There is a small chance of some light rain late Friday along the International Border.  An annoying low tracking through Canada might actually create some turbulent weather Tuesday through Friday next week.

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