SkyWarn 13 Forecast

Published: Jun. 24, 2020 at 1:59 PM CDT|Updated: 1 hours ago
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Cloud cover has lingered across the area longer than expected and has managed to keep temperatures to the mid 30′s for another day. A weak cold front arrived, earlier this evening, but has done little to alter our weather. The primary result will be continued dry weather with low temps dropping into the mid 20′s as we make our way into Friday morning. We remain nice and dry as the cooler air settles in behind the front tomorrow. The trend of sunnier weather will continue as mostly clear conditions dominate Friday’s weather. This will help us climb into the upper 30′s despite a northerly flow of air during the day. Not too much will change overnight, except we will transition into a southerly flow of air, which should keep our lows a few degrees above average to start the weekend.

The weather pattern in the Upper Midwest will remain void of any significant weather systems through the weekend, with regards to any precipitation chances. In fact, our forecast stays dry through at least the next week while temperatures will be making some moves. Saturday will be a nice late November day with bright sunshine along with another warm up. Breezes will again increase out ahead of a stronger cold front expected to quickly drop out of Canada and through the Northern Plains. A warm front will be to our north, putting us in southwest flow as temperatures rise well into the 40′s. The front will slide through by during the day Sunday with a strong low pressure system crossing through Canada. Winds will shift to the northwest and turn blustery, while colder air funnels south from Canada. A mix of sun and clouds will be found with highs staying in the 40′s by late morning but dropping into the 30s during the afternoon. A large high pressure system will then slide into the northern states early next week, putting us on the cold side with northwest flow and an early winter chill as highs stay below freezing next Monday and Tuesday.

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