Cool but mostly pleasant Mother’s Day Weekend with few rain chances
Seasonably cool towards Mother’s Day -- stray shower, clouds to clear into the daytime Sunday.
NWS Water Levels: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=MQT
A Canadian Shield-based high pressure system extends to Upper Michigan into Mother’s Day Weekend -- helping to keep a Central Plains low-pressure system to track south of the region.
With drier and gusty wind conditions Mother’s Day Weekend, use caution on any outdoor burning -- SEE DAILY FIRE DANGER RATING HERE.
The next round of showers comes next Tuesday by way of a Canadian Prairies clipper system. It will also bring brief cooling to the region and can pave the path for mixed rain/snow to move into the region (mainly Western U.P.) next Friday.
Tonight: Scattered clouds with isolated rain showers tapering off overnight; east winds gusting over 20 mph
>Lows: 40s Near Lake Superior ... 50s Away from Lake Superior
Saturday: Partial sunshine with a few light rain showers along the Wisconsin border late; mild and breezy with east wind gusts over 20 mph (over 30 mph Keweenaw Peninsula)
Sunday, Mother’s Day: Mostly cloudy early then mostly sunny into the daytime; cooler with northeast wind gusts 10 to 20 mph
Monday: Mostly sunny, warm and breezy late
Tuesday: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered rain showers early then clearing late; cooler and breezy
Wednesday: Mostly sunny and cool
Thursday: Mostly sunny then increasing clouds in the afternoon with scattered light to moderate rain showers; breezy
Friday: Mostly cloudy with scattered light to moderate rain showers; chance mixed rain/snow west late; windy
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