A cold front will move SE across the Northland late tonight. This front looks to come through on the dry side for most of us, but there is a chance we could see a few showers develop as this front moves through after Midnight tonight, with the best chance for a few showers occurring across northern Minnesota and Arrowhead regions.
A warm September afternoon across the Northern Plains and upper Midwest today.
Temperatures are running some 15 to nearly 25 degrees above normal this afternoon across the Northern Rockies and Northern Plains, to around 10 degrees above normal in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.
Seeing some signs of fall well to our north in Canada with lower 500mb heights and cooler temperatures, but higher heights and hot summer temperatures prevail across the Rockies and Plains today.
Another mild day is ahead for Saturday with highs ranging from the upper 60s in far northern Minnesota to the 70s across the remainder of the Northland. Note: Slightly cooler temps (closer to normal) Sunday with highs in the 60s to around 70 degrees in northeast Minnesota and northwest Wisconsin.
High temperature forecast for Saturday, September 11, 2021.
Our next best chance for getting some rain in the Northland comes early next week, Monday-Tuesday, September 13-14 as a low pressure system approaches from the west and south.