The weather pattern is changing and that means a nice day arrives tomorrow. Winds from today will fade as high pressure moves back over KELOLAND. We’ll have a few clouds, especially in the far west. Tomorrow winds will turn out of the south, delivering more warmth and lots of blue sky!
Tuesday could be even warmer just ahead of a cold front. A weak disturbance will largely pass to our north on Tuesday. We could still see some very light and quickly moving showers late in the day.
The breeze will increase on Wednesday and temperatures will fall about 15-20 degrees in one day. We have a chance of rain late Wednesday and into early Thursday, but most showers appear light this time.
All computer models show this system strengthening one it pushes into Minnesota. That is noteworthy for us because the storm will pull Canadian air into KELOLAND. Friday looks like it will be cooler. As the system grows, we could get “wrap-around” moisture. With cold air high up, we’ll have to watch the skies for mix. At this time, the chance of mix in the northeast is still to small to include in the forecast.
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