Weekend forecast for the Northland: Chance for rain lingers through Memorial Day
Increasing clouds today will be the first signs of a changing weather pattern that will bring off and on shower and thunderstorm chances into the holiday weekend.
Friday: Our stretch of sunny weather this week will come to an end as mostly cloudy to overcast skies take hold ahead of an approaching system. We may see a few spotty sprinkles in the afternoon and evening with an afternoon high near 66 degrees. Overcast skies will continue overnight with some sprinkles again possible with low near 50.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy skies will stick with us as we keep a chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms mainly in the afternoon. Despite the clouds and shower chances, temperatures will remain mild with an afternoon high near 68.
Sunday: Another round of showers and possibly a few rumbles of thunder looks to arrive Sunday afternoon and evening and will linger into Memorial Day.
Monday: Cloudy skies along with showers and thunderstorms and an afternoon high near 72.