Monday's forecast for the Northland: Clear with temps in the 60s
Clear skies overnight have allowed parts of the Arrowhead region to begin our Monday with areas of frost. An area of high pressure keeps clouds to a minimum with an east wind limiting temperatures along the North Shore. Highs near Lake Superior will be in the mid-50s and low 60s with mid and upper 60s achieved inland. A stray shower will be possible Monday evening as a strong warm front passes, but the main effects will be breezy winds and warm air with lows in the 50s Tuesday morning and highs in the mid and upper 70s. This is quickly followed by a cold front that stirs up a few showers near the international border Tuesday night and Wednesday, but once again, the main impact will be on our temperatures. Winds will be breezy out of the northwest behind the front Wednesday and highs will be back in the 60s with 50s for the northern edge of Minnesota. This cooler air sticks with us through the rest of the work week with 30s overnight and 50s in the day.
Monday: Partly cloudy with a slight chance for a stray shower. High 62. E wind 5-15 mph.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, breezy, and warmer. High 78. SW wind 15-20 mph.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and breezy. High 65. NW wind 10-15 mph.