Sunshine & warmer highs to start the week, Big cooldown coming

Monday and Tuesday will be mostly sunny and partly cloudy with nighttime chances of showers.
Published: Sep. 18, 2022 at 5:21 PM CDT
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TONIGHT: High pressure will move into the Northland behind the cold front from the previous night. Sunday night will start mostly cloudy, but as the cold front continues to move southeast, clouds will slowly move out and the sky will gradually become mostly clear. Lows will fall to the mid 50s with western winds. High pressure will stick around in time for the start of the new week keeping the clear skies and comfortable temperatures around for a few days before a big cooldown comes later on in the week.

MONDAY: To start the new week, once again patchy to dense fog is possible across the Northland during the early morning hours. Otherwise, Monday will be mostly sunny with much warmer highs thanks to high pressure over the Northland. Winds will come in from the south-southwest between 5-10 mph which will bring in the warmer temperatures. Through the day, some areas will see partly cloudy skies. By late afternoon into evening hours, there are chances of showers developing ahead of the next system from Montana. Rain will mainly focus over northern Minnesota as the system will stay along the international border. Lows will fall to the lower 60s and upper 50s.

TUESDAY: Lingering showers look to continue into Tuesday morning, mainly focused still over northern Minnesota. Temperatures will continue to be nice and mild in the mid to upper 70s with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Winds will continue to be from the southwest between 5-10 mph keeping the nice weather around. By Tuesday night, a cold front will move through the Northland which will increase cloud cover but decrease the temperatures significantly. Lows will fall to the mid to lower 50s. An isolated shower or two can’t be completely ruled out. For the rest of the week, it will be much cooler with frost possible Wednesday and Thursday night.

Sunday night will be mostly cloudy with mid 50s for lows and patchy fog.
Sunday night will be mostly cloudy with mid 50s for lows and patchy fog.(KBJR 6)
Early dense fog is possible once again, but sunshine is expected for Monday.
Early dense fog is possible once again, but sunshine is expected for Monday.(KBJR 6)
High pressure will keep Monday sunny and nice with warmer highs.
High pressure will keep Monday sunny and nice with warmer highs.(KBJR 6)
High pressure moves in over the northern Midwest bringing fall weather.
High pressure moves in over the northern Midwest bringing fall weather.(KBJR 6)
Showers are possible Monday night ahead of an incoming system.
Showers are possible Monday night ahead of an incoming system.(KBJR 6)
Showers are possible Tuesday morning with partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Showers are possible Tuesday morning with partly to mostly cloudy skies.(KBJR 6)
A strong cold front will bring much cooler weather starting Wednesday night with frost possible.
A strong cold front will bring much cooler weather starting Wednesday night with frost possible.(KBJR 6)
Across both states, high pressure will bring sunshine and warmer highs.
Across both states, high pressure will bring sunshine and warmer highs.(KBJR 6)
The upcoming week consists of sunshine, off and on chances of showers, and a cooldown starting...
The upcoming week consists of sunshine, off and on chances of showers, and a cooldown starting Wednesday.(KBJR 6)