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Taylor Dayton's Weather Forecast

Taylor Dayton Taylor Dayton |  Photo: Meteorologist, Good Morning Northland

StormTeam Outlook: Monday, May 21, 2018
Meteorologist Taylor Dayton tdayton@wdio.com

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A Beautiful Round of Spring Weather

We are starting out the new week with plenty of sunshine and above average temperatures for the next couple of days. An area of low pressure to our South with spin a few high clouds towards us today, but dry air in place will keep all of the rain across Southern Minnesota and Wisconsin. A light breeze out of the Southeast will keep our shoreline communities slightly cooler in the low 60s, but elsewhere we can expect highs in the low to mid 70s.

High pressure will take charge Tuesday and Wednesday will high temperatures hovering right around the 80 degree mark by Wednesday under sunny skies. The dry and sunny stretch should come to an end by Thursday as moisture will to on the increase ahead of a low pressure system approaching from the Western United States. With the warmer temperatures in place, we may see a few thunderstorms pop up on Thursday, with rain showers continuing into Friday and possibly Saturday morning. The second half of the Memorial Day Weekend should end much drier and warmer than it will begin.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

WDIO Meteorologist Taylor Dayton.
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