StormTeam Outlook: Sunday, April 24th
You're Going to Need the Rain Gear
A fairly strong area of low pressure will slide across South Dakota and southern Minnesota, keeping cooler temperatures and the threat for heavy showers in place for tomorrow. Some locations will likely see an additional 2 inches of rain by tomorrow night.
Scattered showers will continue to fall, becoming heavy at times in some locations. Temperatures will hover in the 30s overnight, creating the threat for wintry precipitation in the Twin Ports and to the north creating a few slick spots.
We'll see more of the same tomorrow with periods of light to moderate rain. A strong east wind will prevent temperatures from climbing out of the 30s and 40s once again. The rain will eventually come to an end late tomorrow night.
Gusty winds out of the east-northeast will continue through tomorrow as well. This will continue to keep large wave activity on Lake Superior in place through tomorrow night.
Sunshine will return on Tuesday, but cooler than average temperatures are likely to stick around through the middle of the week.
Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of your weekend!
WDIO Meteorologist Dan Romano