StormTeam Outlook: Sunday April 19th, 2014
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist
Rainy and Cooler Today!
Rainy and cool weather is expected for the Northland today and this evening as areas of low pressure and a cold front approach from the west. Much of the region will some much need rainfall. Remember we are still in a moderate drought. So any water whether liquid or frozen is much appreciated.
Look for highs today to stay in the 40s and 50s. The cold front will move through the area later today and tonight. This will bring much colder air as the temperatures drop into the 30s with some spots potentially sliding into the 20s. Light snow is possible over northern Minnesota later tonight and early Monday. I'm not expecting any accumulations although grassy surfaces may see a dusting.
Have a great Sunday!
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles