3/30/10: Tuesday’s Weather Report

Issued at 8:20 PM CDT, Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Weather tibits:

*Average monthly temperature at Duluth, MN thru the 29th: 35.9 degrees which is 11.0 degrees Above Normal. All time warmest March on record: 39.1 degrees set in 1878.

*Today’s high temperature of at least 50 degrees makes it the 10th day during the month of March 2010 with a maximum temperature greater than 50 degrees at Duluth, MN. This month has also had 2 days with a high temperature of at least 60 degrees at Duluth, MN. March 2009 had just 3 days with a high temperature of at least 50 degrees with zero days of 60 degree high temperatures.

Forecast Discussion for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

Today’s Weather:

Unseasonably warm day Today for most of our area as high temperatures made it into the 60s and lower 70s! The exception to this was along the North Shore of Lake Superior down through the Twin Ports (below the hill) where temperatures climbed into the 50s and 60s for a time before falling back into the 40s during the mid/late Afternoon hours thanks to a wind shift from the south to the east/northeast. Winds away from Lake Superior were out of the south at 10-20 mph Today with gusts from 20-30 mph in some locations. We saw quite a bit of high level clouds pass through our area Today due to a powerful jet stream >130 knots which extended from California east-northeast to North Dakota. Moisture has increased somewhat over our area Today with dewpoints generally in the 30s to around 40 degrees with PWS of around 1/2″. Surface map This Evening featured a warm front across Northern Minnesota into Northeast Wisconsin. Low pressure of 988 mb was centered in Western South Dakota with a cold front stretching from the Western Dakotas through the Central Rockies.

This Evening’s 500 mb analysis:

Pattern change continued to occur Today with the Upper Midwest now in a southwest flow aloft. Plenty of mid/high level moisture continues to stream east-northeast out of the Western U.S. through the Central/Northern Plains and Upper Midwest per water vapor satellite imagery. An upper level low (546 meters) was centered close to New Jersey This Evening per RUC model analysis with an upper level trough covering the Northeast U.S./Quebec Province.

Tonight:

Strong low pressure which was over Western South Dakota early This Evening will head northeast toward Eastern North Dakota by dawn. Cold front attached to this low will move east into Western Minnesota Overnight while the warm front analyzed over Northern Minnesota This Evening lifts north during the night. Partly-mostly cloudy skies will be found across our area Tonight with a few light rain showers possible mainly in Northwest parts of our area, or generally north of a line from Walker to Ely Minnesota. Southwest H85 jet is forecast to increase to 30-50 knots across Northwest Wisconsin/Eastern Minnesota Tonight with a separate low level jet (SW >35 knots) developing in Western parts of our area Overnight. 850 mb temperatures ranging from +11/+15 degrees C in our area This Evening will change little through the night as some warm advection lingers ahead of the low/cold front off to our west. Result from all this will be for unusually warm Overnight lows which will range from the 40s to lower 50s across Northern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin with the exception to this from Superior and Downtown Duluth up along the North Shore of Lake Superior where lows will range from the mid 30s to low 40s. Winds Tonight will be out of the south or east at 10-20 mph.

Wednesday and Wednesday Night:

Low pressure will track west/north of our area during this period while a cold front attached to this low heads east and through Northern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin. Moisture will be limited near this boundary with dewpoints generally in the upper 30s and 40s with PWS of .60″-.80″. This front should come through dry, although a few showers can’t be ruled out Tomorrow Morning in far Northern Minnesota. Highs on Wednesday with partly-mostly sunny skies will reach the 60s and 70s while lows Wednesday Night under partly-mostly cloudy skies fall into the 40s and lower 50s, but some 30s are possible in Northern Minnesota. Winds Tomorrow will be out of the south or west at 10-25 mph with north, east, or west winds Tomorrow Night under 20 mph.

Extended Forecast:

The cold front which will move through our area on Wednesday will stall out and turn into a warm front on Thursday. This boundary is then forecast to lift north out of the Southern Minnesota/Central Wisconsin area by Thursday Afternoon into Friday Morning as another strong area of low pressure heads northeast out of the Western High Plains.

A tight thermal gradient will become established across the Upper Midwest for Thursday and Friday with 850 mb temperatures of around zero degrees C across Northwest Minnesota to as high as +14 degrees C in Southern Minnesota! Dewpoints climbing into the 40s/50s will be common along and south of the warm front with 850 td’s rising to around +8 degrees C by Thursday Evening from Southern Minnesota to Eastcentral Minnesota. Forecast models also indicate a rise in ELEVATED CAPES by Thursday Night in Eastcentral Minnesota/Northwest Wisconsin with the 12z NAM-WRF model from This Morning showing MUCAPES of 500-1250 j/kg developing by Thursday Night near the warm front along with a SW LLJ of 30-45 knots! Will have to keep a close eye on this to see if there will be enough moisture in place to erupt some thunderstorms in Eastern Minnesota Thursday Night as the warm front lifts north.

The positives in place to cause some Thursday Night thunder would be the strong 850 mb jet along with a strengthening warm front lifting north from Southern Minnesota. The negatives would be the amount of moisture that may or may not be in place.

Still plenty of model differences showing up Today for the Friday-Sunday time period. GFS model has more times than not been the progressive model as of late which would result in mainly dry conditions in our area for Saturday and Sunday with rain chances confined to Friday/Friday Night. Most of the other models Today have a slower solution which would increase our chance for seeing some significant rain at somepoint between Friday and Sunday as low pressure lifts north from the Plains.

High temperatures for Thursday and Friday will be in the 50s and 60s, but 40s will be found along the North Shore of Lake Superior and also in far Northern Minnesota. Lows Thursday Night and Friday Night will be in the 40s and lower 50s, but it will be somewhat cooler near Lake Superior.

5 Day Forecast for Duluth/Superior

.Tonight… Unusually mild for this time of year away from Lake Superior. Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 45 to 50, but 35 to 40 close to Lake Superior. Wind south to southeast at 10 to 20 mph with variable winds close to Lake Superior.

.Wednesday… Unseasonably warm! Partly to mostly sunny. Breezy. High 68 to 73 but it may be cooler closer to Lake Superior. Wind south to southwest at 10 to 20 mph with gusts of 25 to 30 mph. Variable winds close to Lake Superior shifting to the southwest at 15 to 30 mph.

.Wednesday Night… Partly cloudy. Low 40 to 45. Wind west at 10 to 20 mph.

.Thursday… Partly sunny. High 55 to 60 but much cooler near Lake Superior.

.Thursday Night… Mostly cloudy. Showers or thunderstorms possible. Low 40 to 45. Chance of rain 20%.

.Friday… Mostly cloudy. Showers or thunderstorms possible. High 55 to 60 but cooler near Lake Superior. Chance of rain 20%.

.Friday Night… Mostly cloudy. Low 37 to 42.

.Saturday… Mostly cloudy. Rain possible. High 45 to 50. Chance of rain 20%.

Normal High Temperature Tomorrow 41 degrees

Normal Low Temperature Tomorrow 23 degrees

Tim

3/29/10: Monday’s Weather Report

Issued at 3:07 PM CDT, Monday, March 29th, 2010

Forecast Discussion for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

Today’s Weather:

Southerly winds have increased in our area Today as high pressure of around 1018 mb pushes off to our east. Those south winds have been quite gusty Today with wind speeds of 15-30 mph! Warm advection has been occurring throughout the day across our area with H85 temperatures as of 2 PM pushing into the +1/+5 degree C range in Northwest Wisconsin and Northern Minnesota. High temperatures were in the 50s and lower 60s Today, but upper 30s and 40s were common from Downtown Duluth up along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Northeast Minnesota thanks to an easterly wind. Skies for the most part have been mostly sunny Today, although we have seen some occasional high level clouds pass through from time to time.

Today’s 500 mb analysis:

West-northwest flow aloft covered the Upper Midwest Today per water vapor satellite imagery. A powerful jet stream of 130-160 knots covered the Pacific Northwest back through the Central Pacific Ocean Today per RUC model analysis. An upper level trough covered Western Canada/Northwest U.S., and the Northeast Pacific with 12 hour 500 mb height falls of 90-150 meters occurring in those areas. 500 mb ridge was in place from the Great Lakes through the Central/Southern Plains while an upper level trough was in place over the Eastern U.S.

Tonight:

Southwest low level jet of 30-40 knots will be found across the Upper Midwest Tonight which will result in more warm advection during the night. Clear-partly cloudy skies will cover Northern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin Tonight with lows in the 30s and lower 40s. Winds will be out of the south or east at 5-15 mph, but gustier winds of 15-30 mph will persist away from Lake Superior This Evening.

Tuesday and Tuesday Night:

Southwest low level jet around 30-45 knots will continue at times during this period across the Upper Midwest. H85 temperatures are expected to range from +4/+10 degrees C across our area Tomorrow and Tomorrow Night while dewpoints come up a bit from the 20s and lower 30s observed Today to the 30s and 40s on Tuesday while PWS climb toward 1/2″ during this period. Partly-mostly sunny skies are expected Tomorrow with highs mainly in the 60s, although it will be much cooler along the North Shore of Lake Superior. Lows Tomorrow Night will be mainly in the 40s. Expect south or southeast winds at 10-25 mph across our area.

Extended Forecast:

500 mb trough will continue to develop across the Western U.S. through the week with a southwest flow aloft developing in the Upper Midwest while an upper level ridge sets up across the Southeast half of the U.S. from mid-week through this weekend. A cold front will settle south/east into the Upper Midwest from Wednesday through Friday with this boundary likely stalling out from Northwest Wisconsin down to Southern Minnesota from Thursday through Saturday before it gets a shove to the east later this weekend. A couple low pressure waves look to ride northeast along this front from mid to late week, with another low heading north from the Plains this weekend.

Wednesday into Thursday look mainly dry across Northwest Wisconsin and Eastern Minnesota while there will be a risk for some showers at times across Northern Minnesota. High temperatures on Wednesday will be in the 60s with a few 70s possible in Southern areas. Thursday’s highs will be in the 40s and 50s in Northern Minnesota to the 60s in Northwest Wisconsin. High temps will be around 40 degrees near Lake Superior on Thursday, perhaps on Wednesday too. Low temperatures will be mainly in the 40s both Wednesday and Thursday Nights.

The potential does exist for more significant rains around parts of our area from late this week into the weekend, but this will depend on the track of a system coming out of the Plains and where the frontal boundary sets up during that aforementioned time period, although it should be noted that the models are trending wetter for most of our area late this week/this weekend.

Thunderstorm chances appear pretty low at this time, however, the 12z NAM/WRF model from Today does show elevated CAPES around 500 j/kg developing on Thursday in parts of our area which would be supportive of some thunderstorm development, should enough lift and moisture occur near the cold front that will settle southeast into our area by mid-week. Any risk for thunder from Friday into Saturday should shift into Northwest Wisconsin or areas farther south the way it looks now.

Trends with the models right now indicate another storm system targeting the Upper Midwest around the middle of next week with rain possibly returning to parts of our local area at that time.

5 Day Forecast for Duluth/Superior

.Tonight… Partly cloudy. Low 35 to 40. Wind south to southeast at 10 to 15 mph.

.Tuesday… Partly cloudy. High 60 to 65 but it may be cooler near Lake Superior. Wind south at 10 to 20 mph.

.Tuesday Night… Partly cloudy. Low 40 to 45. Wind south at 10 to 15 mph.

.Wednesday… Partly sunny. High 62 to 67 but it may be cooler near Lake Superior.

.Wednesday Night… Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 40 to 45.

.Thursday… Mostly cloudy. High 55 to 60 but cooler near Lake Superior.

.Thursday Night… Mostly cloudy. Low 40 to 45.

.Friday… Mostly cloudy. Showers possible. High 50 to 55 but cooler near Lake Superior. Chance of rain 20%.

Normal High Temperature Today 40 degrees

Normal Low Temperature Today 22 degrees

Tim

3/28/10: Sunday’s Weather Report

Issued at 3:38 PM CDT, Sunday, March 28th, 2010

Forecast Discussion for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

Today’s Weather:

Partly to mostly sunny skies were found across our area Today with high temperatures topping out mainly in the 40s, although a few Western locales were near 50 degrees late Today while some mid/upper 30s were found along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Northeast Minnesota. 850 mb temperatures as of 3 PM ranged from -4 to -7 degrees C. Winds Today were out of the north, west, or east under 20 mph. Surface map as of 3 PM featured high pressure around 1018 mb centered to our north and west. Low pressure of 1004 mb was centered in Eastern Indiana.

Today’s 500 mb analysis:

Northwest flow aloft was in place across the Upper Midwest Today per water vapor satellite imagery. An upper level trough was moving east out of the Upper Midwest and covered the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley region This Afternoon per RUC model analysis. A strong jet >130 knots was in place Today across the Central Pacific Ocean per RUC model analysis and this jet will help in changing the overall upper level pattern this week.

Tonight:

High pressure near our area will result in clear-partly cloudy skies with low temperatures in the 20s and lower 30s, but a few teens can’t be ruled out in the traditional cold spots. Winds Tonight will be out of the north, east, or south under 15 mph.

Monday and Monday Night:

Warm advection will get underway across our area during this period as high pressure heads off to our east allowing winds to turn southerly. Partly to mostly sunny skies are forecast on Monday with partly-mostly cloudy skies for Monday Night. Highs Tomorrow will be in the 50s to around 60 degrees, but cooler temperatures will be found along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Northeast Minnesota, possibly extending down to the Twin Ports. Winds during this period will be out of the south or southeast at 10-25 mph.

Extended Forecast:

Model agreement has become poorer compared to recent days… Tuesday and Tuesday Night still look mild as warm advection persists with an area of +4/+8 degree C H85 temperatures moving overhead. High temperatures on Tuesday will be mainly in the 60s with cooler temperatures along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Northeast Minnesota. Lows Tuesday Night will be in the 30s and 40s.

What happens from Wednesday through next weekend is handled differently between the models Today. The overall 500 mb pattern remains unchanged with Today’s models as a trough takes shape out in the Western U.S. while an upper level ridge develops across the Southeast half of the U.S.

A frontal boundary/baroclinic zone is forecast to settle south/southeast into the Upper Midwest toward mid to late next week into next weekend, but where this front sets up is handled differently between the models, this is important since if the front stalls close enough to our area then we could see some periods of rain which may be locally heavy at times by late next week into next weekend, thunderstorm activity would also be possible. If it sets up far enough to our south which is what the GFS model has been showing for two days now, then rain chances would be less for our local area during the latter part of next week/next weekend time period.

Temperature forecasting will also be a challenge from Wednesday onward and will depend on where this boundary sets up and whether or not we have southerly surface winds or an east wind.

5 Day Forecast for Duluth/Superior

.Tonight… Clear to partly cloudy. Low 27 to 32. Wind north to northeast under 12 mph, becoming south.

.Monday… Partly cloudy. High 50 to 55 but it may be cooler near Lake Superior. Wind south at 10 to 20 mph.

.Monday Night… Partly cloudy. Low 35 to 40. Wind south to southeast at 10 to 15 mph.

.Tuesday… Partly cloudy. High 58 to 63 but it may be cooler near Lake Superior.

.Tuesday Night… Partly cloudy. Low 40 to 45.

.Wednesday… Partly sunny. High 60 to 65 but it may be cooler near Lake Superior.

.Wednesday Night… Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 40 to 45.

.Thursday… Mostly cloudy. High 55 to 60 but cooler near Lake Superior.

Normal High Temperature Today 39 degrees

Normal Low Temperature Today 21 degrees

Tim

3/27/10: Saturday’s Weather Report

Issued at 4:29 PM CDT, Saturday, March 27th, 2010

Forecast Discussion for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

Today’s Weather:

Low pressure along with a cold front have been shifting slowly south/east through Minnesota Today. This system produced areas of light rain around our area from late last night through This Morning with most of the light rain confined to Northern areas of Minnesota This Afternoon. There was enough cold air in place early This Morning for some snow to mix in with the rain in Northeastern Minnesota, but no snow accumulations were reported. Mostly cloudy-partly sunny skies covered our area Today with high temperatures generally in the 40s with some mid/upper 30s along the North Shore of Lake Superior in Northeast Minnesota. 850 mb temperatures as of 4 PM ranged from -1 to +1 degree C. Winds Today were out of the southwest or north under 20 mph. Surface map This Afternoon featured low pressure of 1011 mb centered in Southern Ontario Province. A cold front attached to this low stretched from Southern Ontario Province into Western Minnesota.

Today’s 500 mb analysis:

Upper level trough covered the Plains with a (546 meter) 500 mb low heading east out of Central Kansas. Northwest/west 500 mb flow covered the Northern Plains and Canada Today per RUC model analysis with upper level ridging building across the Rockies and the Western High Plains/Northern Plains.

Tonight:

A cold front will continue to settle south/east through our area This Evening. This boundary will produce some more areas of light rain across Northern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin This Evening with rain chances coming to an end toward Midnight. Partly-mostly cloudy skies will cover our area Tonight with some patchy fog possible Overnight. Lows Tonight will be in the 20s to around 30 degrees, but some teens are possible in Northern Minnesota. Winds Tonight will be out of the southwest or north under 20 mph.

Sunday and Sunday Night:

High pressure will build into the Upper Midwest during this period. Expect partly-mostly sunny skies in Northern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin on Sunday with mostly clear skies for Sunday Night. Highs Tomorrow will be in the 40s to lower 50s with some 30s possible in far Northern Minnesota. Lows Tomorrow Night will be in the 20s to lower 30s. North or west winds will become southerly by Sunday Night, wind speeds will remain under 20 mph during this period.

Extended Forecast:

High pressure exits to our east by next Monday with south/southwest winds developing over the Upper Midwest for early next week. High temperatures should push into the 50s and 60s across our local area for next Monday and Tuesday, with a few 70s not out of the question for Tuesday/Wednesday, however, it could be cooler especially along the North Shore of Lake Superior and possibly down to the Twin Ports if those south winds have more of an easterly component to them. The warm weather looks to persist into the middle of next week, maybe even through next weekend, but again temperatures could be much cooler near Lake Superior depending on how the surface winds set-up, the models have been going back and forth a bit on whether or not will have a S/SW wind or an easterly wind.

The basic upper level pattern for next week will feature a developing trough across the Western U.S. with ridging to our south/east. It appears that will see a cold front settle into the Upper Midwest after the middle of next week, and this boundary combined with one or more low pressure systems that may eject out of the trough out west could lead to an increasing threat for rain and perhaps some thunderstorm activity across our area sometime late next week or next weekend. Note: The GFS model Today continues to show dewpoints climbing toward 50, if not a little higher by late next week around our area, this combined with a decent low level jet at times from the middle to end of next week could keep Overnight lows from falling much below 40-45 degrees around parts of our area!

5 Day Forecast for Duluth/Superior

.Tonight… Considerable cloudiness with some light rain showers possible at times, mainly before 10 PM. Decreasing clouds Overnight with patchy fog possible. Low 26 to 31. Wind south to southwest under 12 mph, becoming north This Evening.

.Sunday… Partly to mostly sunny. High 45 to 50. Wind north at 10 to 15 mph.

.Sunday Night… Mostly clear. Low 25 to 30. Wind west around 12 mph.

.Monday… Partly cloudy. High 52 to 57.

.Monday Night… Mostly clear. Low 37 to 42.

.Tuesday… Partly cloudy. High 60 to 65.

.Tuesday Night… Mostly clear. Low 40 to 45.

.Wednesday… Partly cloudy. High 65 to 70.

Normal High Temperature Today 39 degrees

Normal Low Temperature Today 21 degrees

Tim

3/26/10: Friday’s Weather Report

Issued at 3:02 PM CDT, Friday, March 26th, 2010

Weather History:

On this date in 2007… A record high temperature of 72 degrees occurred at Duluth, MN.

Note: *Thru March 25th, 2010: The average monthly temperature at Duluth, Minnesota was 35.9 degrees which is 11.8 degrees Above Normal! The warmest March ever recorded at Duluth, MN was in 1878 with an average monthly temperature of 39.1 degrees. It’s possible that March 2010 will go down as the warmest ever as the remainder of this month looks mild, especially the final three days of the month!

Forecast Discussion for Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin

Today’s Weather:

Warm advection has been occurring across our area Today which caused a mostly cloudy start to the day, but sunshine has been increasing over all but extreme Northeast Minnesota This Afternoon. High temperatures are some 20-25 degrees warmer in most areas compared to 24 hours ago with temperatures at mid-Afternoon generally in the 40s to lower 50s, but lingering upper 20s and 30s were found in the Arrowhead of Minnesota and down along the North Shore of Lake Superior. 850 mb temperatures as of 2 PM ranged from around zero degrees C in Western areas to between -2 and -9 degrees C in Northeast Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin. Winds Today were out of the south or east at 10-20 mph with some higher gusts. Surface map This Afternoon featured a warm front across Northern-Eastern South Dakota with low pressure of 1000 mb centered in Southwest North Dakota. A cold front extended from Southwest North Dakota to Eastern Montana. High pressure of 1022-1024 mb covered the Central-Eastern Great Lakes into Eastern Canada.

Today’s 500 mb analysis:

W/SW flow aloft was in place across the Upper Midwest This Afternoon per water vapor satellite imagery. One disturbance was moving east across the Northern Plains This Afternoon while a secondary disturbance along with an upper level trough was digging south across the Central Rockies. The greatest 12 hour 500 mb height falls (90-120 meters) were occurring with the second system across the Central-Southern Rockies This Afternoon per RUC model analysis.

Tonight:

Low pressure will head east from the Western Dakotas Tonight. A southwest low level jet of 30-40 knots will continue to bring increasing warmth and moisture northeast into our area during the night. Afternoon PWS around .30″ across Northern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin are forecast to increase to around one half inch by dawn while dewpoints which were in the single digits, teens, and 20s This Afternoon slowly climb into the 20s and 30s Overnight. Expect partly to mostly cloudy skies across our area Tonight with the potential for some light rain Overnight mainly affecting Western-Southern areas. Lows Tonight will be mainly in the 30s with winds out of the south, southwest, or east under 20 mph, but some higher gusts will continue This Evening.

Saturday and Saturday Night:

Low pressure along with a cold front will be tracking through our area on Saturday before it begins to exit to our east by Saturday Night. This system does not have much moisture to work with, but there could still be some light rain at times for Saturday into Saturday Evening in Northern Minnesota and Northwest Wisconsin. Rainfall amounts should stay under one quarter inch. Mostly cloudy skies are expected on Saturday with highs generally in the 40s to around 50 degrees. Mostly cloudy-partly cloudy skies are forecast Saturday Night with lows in the 20s and 30s. Winds will be out of the south, north, or east during this period under 20 mph.

Extended Forecast:

Looks dry across our area for Sunday and Monday with high pressure in control. 40s are expected for highs on Sunday, but some Northern areas could hold in the 30s. Lows Sunday Night will be in the 20s and 30s. Southwest winds develop and increase from Monday through Wednesday of next week the way it looks now as deep low pressure heads east out of Western Canada. A cold front attached to that low should begin to move into the Upper Midwest sometime on Wednesday. High temperatures on Monday should warm into the 50s and 60s across our local area with lows Monday Night in the 30s to around 40 degrees. More 50s and 60s, perhaps even a few isolated 70 degree readings are then expected for next Tuesday and Wednesday!

It appears that it will remain dry in our area for next Tuesday and Wednesday…Then the period from late next week through next weekend could get wet at times as a trough develops in the Western U.S. and some gulf moisture begins to push north into the Upper Midwest. Low pressure along with a warm front and cold front could also affect our weather at somepoint during the Easter holiday weekend which could bring some showers and possible thunder to our area. Temperatures should remain mild late next week into next weekend, although onshore winds may kick in after next Wednesday and if this happens, then it will turn much cooler near Lake Superior.

5 Day Forecast for Duluth/Superior

.Tonight… Partly cloudy This Evening with skies becoming mostly cloudy late. Light rain possible toward dawn. Low 30 to 35. Wind south to southeast at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 20%.

.Saturday… Mostly cloudy. Occasional light rain. High 43 to 48. Wind variable becoming north at 5 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60%.

.Saturday Night… Mostly cloudy. Low 30 to 33. Wind north at 5 to 15 mph.

.Sunday… Partly cloudy. High 45 to 50.

.Sunday Night… Mostly clear. Low 25 to 30.

.Monday… Partly cloudy. High 52 to 57.

.Monday Night… Mostly clear. Low 38 to 43.

.Tuesday… Partly cloudy. High 60 to 65.

Normal High Temperature Today 38 degrees

Normal Low Temperature Today 21 degrees

Tim