Month: May 2020

long range forecast Low Temperature Reports Record Cold

Update on Monday’s shower/t-storm potential

Isolated to scattered coverage of showers and thunderstorms are possible in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin on Monday, mainly during the morning and afternoon. Higher instability (mostly elevated CAPE) will advect eastward into the Northland on Monday while a warm front moves ENE out of western Minnesota. Lift associated with the advancing warm frontal boundary, […]

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Frost Advisory Low Temperature Reports Record Cold

Frost Advisory issued for parts of the Northland tonight; keeping an eye on thunder chances for Monday

Sunday morning will start out a little chilly once again with morning lows in the 30s and 40s, and there is a chance for patchy frost once again in parts of the Northland early Sunday morning, but by Sunday afternoon temps are forecast to warm to the middle 60s to low-mid 70s with a SW […]

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Rainfall Reports

Rainfall Reports from May 26, 2020

Rainfall Reports from around the Northland from Tuesday, May 26, 2020 through Wednesday morning, May 27, 2020. Source: 2 E Lake Nebagamon, WI: 3.50″ 2 WNW Seeley, WI: 2.68″ 8 WNW Minong, WI: 2.60″ 3 SE Duxbury, MN: 2.56″ 1 W Solon Springs, WI: 2.53″ 6 SW Webb Lake, WI: 2.49″ 1 S Oulu, […]

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Duluth weather Flash Flood Watch

Flash Flood Watch issued for parts of the Northland for tonight

There is a potential for heavy rain which may lead to flash flooding in northwest Wisconsin and far eastern Minnesota tonight, for this reason the National Weather Service in Duluth has issued a Flash Flood Watch which is in effect from 7 PM this evening through Wednesday morning for the green shaded area on the […]

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Duluth weather

Heavy Rain and a few Strong to Severe T-Storms possible late this afternoon and evening for eastern Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin

A cold front will move slowly east out of western Minnesota through tonight. A warm and humid air mass is in place ahead of the cold front while drier air was found behind the cold front. As the cold front moves east it will interact with the warm and humid air, while lift increases due […]

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