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Anemometers are located only in a few select locations, making it very unlikely that an actual maximum wind will be captured.
Highs will hit the upper 60s to lower 70s Tuesday and Wednesday before a strong cold front brings chilly air to the Northland.
Minnesota has its share of extreme weather: the Halloween blizzard of 1991, The Red River flooding of 1997, the Twin Cities tornado outbreak of 1965, the Comfrey-St. Peter tornado outbreak in 1998 and the 1999 'Boundary Waters Blowdown.'
As the weather gets colder, changes happen more frequently and are more noticeable.
Additional rain showers possible
Additional rain showers also possible.

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Weakened remnants of hurricanes and tropical systems have historically moved across portions of the Midwest.
Winds will becoming off the lake keeping a large portion of the Northland chilly both Saturday and Sunday.
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