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Monday's weather for Duluth and the Northland: Rain likely

The best storms always brew up along a line of sharp temperature differences. We'll have such a line today as parts of our region reach the 60s, other parts the 70s and some parts the 80s. These temperature clashes will egg on a low-pressure syst...

Dave Anderson
Dave Anderson is a meteorologist for Northland's NewsCenter, the News Tribune's news partner. (Photo courtesy of Northland's NewsCenter)

The best storms always brew up along a line of sharp temperature differences. We'll have such a line today as parts of our region reach the 60s, other parts the 70s and some parts the 80s. These temperature clashes will egg on a low-pressure system that will give us a 60 percent chance for showers and storms.

If that chance pays off, rain totals could run from a half-inch to an inch. Our sky conditions should be mostly cloudy to partly sunny.

Highs north of Duluth will be in the mid-60s. Duluth, east central Minnesota and the South Shore in Wisconsin will hit the mid- to upper 70s. Hayward may reach the upper 80s. That will be chilly compared to the Twin Cities, which might make it to 98.

The rain chance will devolve to a 30 percent chance of showers Tuesday.

Five-day forecast

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Today: Mostly cloudy with 60 percent thunderstorm chance and high 74 and low 56

Tuesday: Partly sunny with 30 percent rain chance and high 70 and low 56

Wednesday: Partly cloudy with high 73 and low 48

Thursday Partly cloudy with high 61 and low 42

Friday Partly cloudy with high 61 and low 44

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