StormTeam Outlook: Thursday, April 28th, 2016
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles
Winds to Continue off Lake...
The Northland continues to be nestled in the middle of a low spiraling in Iowa and an area of high pressure in northern Manitoba. The resulting weather has been winds of the lake and sunshine for part of the region.
This area of high pressure looks to keep any chance of rain to our south. Drier air in place is to heavy for the moisture to advance this far north. Showers will continue to fall on a line from Brainerd, MN to Phillips, WI. There is a chance of this happening overnight and during the day Friday as the low will be slow to leave.
Our next shot of rain comes next week with the arrival of warmer air. We'll be stuck in a dominant northwest flow that will allow for the chance of several pieces of weak energy to work their way in from Canada. The first chance comes late Monday into Tuesday. Mid to upper 60s and lower 70s are possible by the end of next week.