Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Wednesday July 25th, 2014
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist

Chance of Showers

High pressure is well in control over the Northland.  Temperatures looks to remain in the 70s during the day and 50s overnight.  There is a piece of energy showing up in the forecast models that will aid in the development of cloud cover during the day Thursday.  By the evening some light rain might work its way south of the Twin Ports beginning in Brainerd Lakes area and then slide into east central Minnesota to west central Wisconsin Thursday night.  We're not looking at any severe storms as rain looks to be the main culprit.

As drier air move in the rest of the week, temperatures look to cool off by the weekend as a cooler low makes its way down from Canada.  There is a chance of seeing some scattered showers throughout the weekend.  The low at this point looks to stick around and could keep us in a cooler pattern through the end of July beginning of August.

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Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles

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