Taylor Dayton's Weather Forecast

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StormTeam Outlook: Friday, May 29th, 2020
Meteorologist Taylor Dayton


A Few Morning Clouds Before More Sunshine This Afternoon

YOUR FORECAST FOR TODAY: A very weak system passing to our North this morning will bring mostly cloudy skies and a stray sprinkle or two possible early today. Clouds will begin to clear out later this morning with sunshine this afternoon with a cooler afternoon high near 62°.

TONIGHT: Clear skies and lighter winds tonight will allow temperatures to drop to near 40° overnight. Some of the typical colder spots in Northern Minnesota and the Arrowhead may drop into the mid 30s and we will watch things closely for the potential for some isolated frost.

TOMORROW: After a cool start in the morning, we will see plenty of sunshine for our Saturday with temperatures remaining slightly below average with a high near 62°.

A slight warming trend moves in on Sunday with more sunshine and highs pushing into the upper 60s. A chance of showers and thunderstorms return to the forecast early next week.

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny skies with an afternoon high near 69°.

MONDAY: Increasing clouds with afternoon showers and thunderstorms and a high near 66°.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies with a stray thunderstorm possible and an afternoon high near 75°.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies with a stray shower possible and a high near 72°.

THURSDAY: A mix of clouds and sunshine and slightly cooler with a high near 68°.

FRIDAY: Increasing clouds with a chance of afternoon thunderstorms and a high near 70°.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

WDIO Meteorologist Taylor Dayton.

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