Friday: A comfortable day lies ahead. Temperatures are beginning mild Friday morning in the mid- and upper 40s with mostly cloudy skies lingering. We'll reach nicely into the low and mid-60s in the afternoon with skies becoming partly cloudy. A northwest wind will be a bit breezy for the first half of our Friday, then we will gradually see a shift to an east wind by evening. This will likely lead to a steep temperature change near Lake Superior.

High 63. Northwest wind becoming east 5-15 mph. Partly cloudy Friday night with a low of 42 and east wind 2-8 mph.

Saturday: The lake breeze continues through the weekend, limiting temperatures in the Twin Ports and along the shores. The Northland will be on the northern edge of rain chances arriving Saturday evening. High 57. East wind 5-15 mph.

Sunday: Rain will taper off west to east Sunday. The best chance to see rain will be south of the Twin Ports. Lingering showers will likely keep temperatures cool across Northwest Wisconsin on Sunday while International Falls reaches for 70. High 57. East wind 10-15 mph.

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