Monday's forecast for the Northland: Dry and cool week ahead
Monday: We will start our week with more sunshine once again, but the temperatures will remain on the cooler side with an east wind around 5-10 mph and an afternoon high near 48 degrees.
Monday night: Increasing clouds will lead to overcast skies with an overnight low near 30.
Tuesday: A system trying to move in from western Minnesota will try to push some showers our direction, but an east wind off Lake Superior will likely keep most off the showers off to our south and west. We will see mostly cloudy skies with a stray shower possible and a high near 48.
Other than an outside chance at another shower or two Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, the rest of the week is looking quiet and cooler with plenty of opportunities for some sunshine to at least help the below-average temperatures feel a little more pleasant.