Weekend forecast for the Northland: Chilly fishing opener, Mother's Day
Record lows are possible Friday morning as our colder than average pattern continues to stick with us into the weekend.
Friday: Colder air continues to filter in on the backside of a low pressure spinning over Canada. This cold air brings temperatures that could bring record lows in a few spots in the morning. We will see plenty of sunshine, but with a northwest breeze of 5 to 10 mph we will stay on the chilly side with an afternoon high near 44 degrees.
Friday night: The clear and chilly conditions will continue with a light northwesterly breeze and a low temperature near 27.
Saturday: We will see a mix of clouds and sunshine moving in just in time for the Minnesota fishing opener. There is a chance of a stray shower for our western and southern areas in the afternoon, but overall we will stay dry with a high near 52.
Sunday: The fire danger will remain high over the weekend with the dry weather pattern continuing into Mother’s Day with afternoon highs struggling to reach the upper 40s.