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Sunday's weather: Another day of sun

The past week of sunny and warm weather has been pleasant, but now it's time to pay up. The dry spell is leading to drought conditions in the Arrowhead, and we need some rain to break that. Our first chance for rain in a week will come Monday.

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

The past week of sunny and warm weather has been pleasant, but now it's time to pay up. The dry spell is leading to drought conditions in the Arrowhead, and we need some rain to break that. Our first chance for rain in a week will come Monday.

Today will be one last shot, though, at more sun. The high-pressure cells of the past week will persist through most of today, and high temperatures again will reach the 80s. Clouds will increase tonight, however, and lead to a 50 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms on Monday. That rain chance will take until Tuesday morning to pass.

Along with Monday's chance for rain comes an end to the warm spell. Temperatures will be on a steady decline for the rest of the week. Autumn is approaching on schedule!

FIVE-DAY FORECAST
Sunday - mostly sunny with high of 83 and low of 50
Monday - mostly cloudy with 50% rain chance and high of 70 with low 41.
Tuesday - partly sunny with 50% morning rain chance and high of 61 with low of 36.
Wednesday - mostly cloudy with high of 56 and low of 40.
Thursday - mostly sunny with high of 56 and low of 49.

AROUND THE REGION
Twin Ports: Sunday - mostly sunny with wind West 10-15. Sunday night - partly cloudy with wind NW 5-10.
Iron Range: Sunday - partly cloudy with wind NW 10-15. Sunday night - partly cloudy with wind East 5-10.
NW WI: Sunday - mostly sunny with wind West 5-10. Sunday night - mostly clear with wind West 5-10.
Twin Cities: Sunday - mostly sunny with wind West 5-10. Sunday night - clear with wind SW 5-10.

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