Summer highs return Tuesday with low humidity, weak cold front arrives by nightfall
TONIGHT: A beautiful night is expected for all of the Northland as high pressure moves in from Canada. Lows will be average falling to the mid to upper 50s. Winds will be calm from the west between 3-6 mph. By Tuesday, temperatures will warm up quickly as winds change direction to the southwest bringing in a warmer climate.
TUESDAY: Another beautiful day is in store for the Northland as high pressure continues to remain in control of the northern Midwest. As high pressure moves across the Northland, the winds will change direction to the southwest and may even be breezy between 10-15 mph. The southwest winds will bring a warmer climate from the south helping to increase the highs on Tuesday. Highs will be in the lower to mid 80s with minimal humidity. Dewpoints will remain in the upper 50s and lower 60s keeping the humidity down. By Tuesday night, a weak cold front will move through, but no rain is expected. Lows will fall to the lower to mid 60s.
WEDNESDAY: Even though a cold front comes through by late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning, no rainfall is expected, but highs will be begin to cool down. Highs will be in the upper 70s with a few towns reaching the 80s, especially in Wisconsin and UP. Winds will change back to the northwest between 5-10 mph. Sunshine is expected for everyone all day. By nightfall, lows will fall back to the mid to lower 50s with calm winds and clear skies. High pressure will continue to remain in control for the rest of the week.
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