Staying cool through next weekend

A cool week is ahead with temperatures struggling to get in the 50s heading into next weekend.

From left: Forum Communications meteorologists Jared Piepenburg, Jesse Ritka, Chief Meteorologist John Wheeler, Lydia Blume and Andrew Whitmyer
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Today will be much cooler than this past weekend, with mostly cloudy skies and showers throughout the day. Highs in the 40s, with a northeast wind 15-25 mph. Cooler temperatures are the headline through the week, with temperatures struggling to get into the 50s through Friday. A few overnight lows could drop to the freezing mark throughout the week, bringing a slight chance of some isolated snow showers early Thursday. Thursday also brings the next chance of rain, although a washout isn’t expected. Looking ahead next weekend to Mothers Day, temperatures should remain cool in the 50s.

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Severe weather is not as frequent as earlier in the summer because the upper level winds are weaker.
Afternoon showers and thundershowers pop up Wednesday with highs making it into the mid-70s for most of the Northland.
Because the angle of the sun varies with latitude, the length of the twilight period also varies.
Our weather this week will feature off and on chances of showers and thunderstorms.