18z NAM-WRF model 6-5-19
Radar forecast from 7 AM Thursday to 10 PM Thursday.
Most of us should stay dry Thursday, but a few spotty showers or isolated thunderstorms are possible in north-central Minnesota near a frontal boundary that’ll be over that area.
Low temperature forecast for Thursday morning, June 6.
Patchy fog is possible tonight, otherwise partly to mostly cloudy skies with lows mainly in the 40s, but a few locations could fall into the 30s.
High temperature forecast for Thursday, June 6.
A warm early June day is forecast on Thursday with highs in the mid 70s to mid 80s, not terribly humid however as dew points range from around 50 to 60 degrees. Doesn’t look like will have a lake wind Thursday so the warm temps should be able to reach into lakeshore areas for a change, enjoy if you like the warmer temps.
12z European ensemble model 6-5-19
An upper level ridge will bring warm temps to the upper Midwest Friday and Saturday while the trough which will be over the Pacific northwest on Friday moves east through the weekend passing through the Northern Plains and upper Midwest by Sunday — As that trough approaches the chance for showers will increase in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin sometime late Saturday or Sunday the way it looks now.
Note: A lake wind will keep temperatures on the cool side near Lake Superior Friday, but winds could become more southerly Saturday, if that does happen, then much warmer temps would occur near Lake Superior (except along the North Shore, mostly north of Duluth)
Forecast for Duluth
.Tonight… Partly cloudy. Patchy fog possible. Low 40 to 45. Wind east around 12 mph.
.Thursday… Warmer. Partly to mostly sunny. Patchy fog possible early. High 76 to 81. Wind southwest 10 to 20 mph.
.Friday… Partly cloudy. Lake breeze returns. High 68 to 73, cooler near Lake Superior. Wind east 10 to 20 mph.
Normal temperatures for June 6
June 6 Sunrise: 5:16 AM CDT
June 6 Sunset: 8:59 PM CDT