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Storms Moving into Northland Monday Night

Storms Moving into Northland Monday Night

StormTeam Outlook: Monday, May 28th
Dan Romano
dromano@wdio.com

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More Storms Possible Again Tonight

It was a stormy start to Memorial Day, but skies cleared out for the majority of the day. 

However, storms have fired up once again to the south, and they are marching northward along Interstate 35 this evening. It's likely some storms will impact the Twin Ports later tonight, and a few will have the potential to turn severe.

More showers and storms are expected late tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures will be on the cooler side near the lake, but highs will climb into the 80s and 90s away from the lake creating a fairly unstable atmosphere. 

We're going to receive a bit of moisture from Subtropical Storm Alberto on Wednesday, but temperatures will remain slightly above average.

We'll finally clear out by Thursday afternoon, and that will set the table for a dry end to the abbreviated workweek.

Showers are possible west of the Twin Ports Saturday, but that disturbance is expected to fall apart as it closes in on Lake Superior.

Thanks for reading and enjoy the rest of your holiday weekend!

WDIO Meteorologist Dan Romano

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