-Cooler temperatures are on the way for Sunday with highs ranging from the 30s in the tip of the Arrowhead to the lower and middle 40s across the rest of the Northland, but some upper 40s are possible around the Brainerd Lakes.
-A few rain showers will continue to move SE across the Northland this evening which will be followed by a few rain or snow showers overnight into early Sunday morning.
Simulated radar forecast valid from 7 PM this evening to 7 AM Sunday.
Source: 18z NAM-WRF model 4.18.2020; https://weathermodels.com/
Could have quite a temperature contrast on Wednesday with potential for widespread 60s and 70s across Minnesota and Wisconsin, but much colder temperatures in the 30s and 40s are possible around Lake Superior, but this all depends on where a boundary sets up for the middle of next week, if it ends up farther north, then temperatures will be much warmer near Lake Superior for most of the day Wednesday as winds would be SW as opposed to a NE wind should the front setup farther west/south as is shown on the map below.
Source: 12z European model 4.18.2020; https://weathermodels.com/
An active day for severe weather ahead for Sunday with a severe thunderstorm outbreak looking quite likely from eastern Texas to South Carolina.
Tornadoes (some could be strong) damaging winds and large hail are possible across the southeast US on Sunday.
Simulated radar forecast valid from late tonight through Sunday evening showing multiple waves of potentially severe thunderstorms impacting the southeast US per 18z HRRR model.
Here are some of the key players for Sunday’s severe weather.
1) Energy over the southern Rockies which will head east on Sunday.
2) An active/strong subtropical jet stretching ENE out of southern Texas.
Source: Goes-16 water vapor imagery 4.18.2020; https://weather.cod.edu/
50s were widespread in the Northland today which is normal for mid-April. Temperatures will cool off a bit for Sunday, back to below normal.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies will be found in our area tonight and Sunday. Lows tonight will range from the upper teens to around 30 degrees, highs on Sunday in the middle 30s to middle 40s.
Breezy conditions will continue through most of Sunday with winds out of the northwest at 10 to 20 mph with gusts to around 30 mph.
Will see another fast moving low pressure system drop SE out of Saskatchewan on Sunday while a cold front connected to the low moves through the Northland Monday morning. A few rain or snow showers are possible as this system moves through late Sunday night into Monday.
Forecast for Duluth and Superior
.Tonight… Breezy. Partly to mostly cloudy. A few rain showers possible this evening and rain or snow showers overnight. Low 25 to 30. Wind northwest 15 to 25 mph.
.Sunday… Breezy. A few snow showers or flurries possible early, otherwise partly cloudy. Cooler. High 41 to 46. Wind northwest 15 to 25 mph becoming southwest later in the day.
.Monday… Partly to mostly cloudy. Breezy. Isolated showers possible. High 41 to 46. Wind becoming northwest 15 to 25 mph.
|Normal temperatures for April 19|
Sunrise Sunday 6:13 AM CDT
Sunset Sunday 8:03 PM CDT
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