Tuesday's forecast for the Northland: Enjoy the cooler temps before humidity returns

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Tuesday: Clear skies and light winds overnight have led to a cool start to our Tuesday with temps climbing out of the 40s and low 50s. Areas of fog will improve by around 8 a.m. as temperatures push past dew points, rising into the mid-70s by the afternoon. It will shape up to be a rather beautiful day as an area of high pressure continues to influence the region. A weak front draped near the Canadian border will try to generate showers and thunderstorms, but most should stay dry.

Wednesday: The best chance for rain clips the tip of the Arrowhead and extends to the South Shore overnight Tuesday. Wednesday will be similar with thunderstorms trying to work south of the international border in the afternoon and evening. Warm and sticky conditions return on Wednesday and linger through Friday.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance for thunderstorms. High 80. SW wind 5-15 mph.

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