Friday: Scattered showers move west to east across the Northland throughout the morning. Rain may be heavy at times, particularly in parts of Northwest Wisconsin. A second system to our north will bring more showers skirting across the region in the afternoon and evening. Winds remain out of the east into the afternoon, then become northwesterly with the front passing. Mostly cloudy skies gradually clear behind the front, cleaning the slate for a clear sky that lasts through much of the weekend. Temperatures will be cooler Friday with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s.
Saturday: We stay dry Saturday with highs right around 70 and breezy northwest winds.
Sunday: An east wind setting up by Sunday keeps us cooler by Lake Superior with low to mid-70s achieved inland. Our next rain maker arrives from the west Sunday night and gradually tapers off Monday.