Brandon Weatherz: Milder today, cooler tomorrow
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Temperatures finally rise near average today with highs in low 50s to low 60s. This will be short-lived with unseasonably cool conditions returning as soon as tomorrow and lingering through the weekend. This period will also continue to be rather gloomy and wet.
The gloomy streak began with a round of rain overnight. That moisture has left us with areas of fog to contend with for the morning commute. Have the headlights on and be ready to slow down as visibility may change quickly. The early morning rain tapers off to the east, but cloudy skies remain today. Rain returns from the south this evening and overnight. Periods of rain then linger Friday.
A slow moving system will keep wet weather with us Saturday into Monday. In that time, snow will occasionally mix in, particularly looking north across the Arrowhead and east across the South Shore. Even in these areas, accumulation should be minimal as temperatures remain near and above freezing. This system will keep cool air and a rain/snow combo in the Northland into Monday, then we trend back to warmer and more typical May weather by the middle of the week.
Today: Cloudy and milder with a slight chance for rain showers in the evening. High 55. S wind 5-10 mph.
Tonight: Cloudy with a steady rain developing. Low 37. E wind 5-15 mph. Chance of rain: 90%
Tomorrow: Cloudy and breezy with periods of rain. High 41. E wind 10-15 mph. Chance of rain: 80%
Tomorrow night: Cloudy with scattered showers. Low 34. N wind 5-10 mph. Chance of rain: 50%
Saturday: Cloudy and breezy with scattered showers. High 47. NNW wind 10-15 mph. Chance of rain: 40%
Sunday: Cloudy and windy with a chance for rain and snow. High 43. NNW wind 15-25 mph. Chance of precip: 40%.
Monday: Cloudy and windy with a chance for rain and snow in the morning. High 45. NNW wind 15-20 mph. Chance of precip: 30%
Tuesday: Partly cloudy and breezy. High 55. NNW wind 10-20 mph.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 60. WNW wind 5-15 mph.