Friday: A very weak system passing to our north in the morning will bring mostly cloudy skies and a stray sprinkle or two possible in the early hours. Clouds will begin to clear out with sunshine by the afternoon with a cooler high near 62 degrees.
Friday night: Clear skies and lighter winds in the evening will allow temperatures to drop near 40 overnight. Some of the typical colder spots in Northern Minnesota may drop into the mid-30s with the potential for some isolated frost.
Saturday: 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.
Sunday: 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.