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This will be the final text report for the warm season. Graphics will
continue into early Oct.
September 05, 2014
again, no major changes. A couple of weather systems are seen to work
through in the next 10 days, bringing chances for rains. The forecast for
Haydays looks fantastic and there is still a small chance that the
seasonís first flakes of snow could fall across northern MN late next
cold front will work through the SE 2/3rds of the region today into
tomorrow. Some showers and thunderstorms will fire up in association with
the front and I will let the maps do most of the talking with where I expect
it to rain and when.
will run in the 80ís ahead of the front, with cooler and less humid air to
build into the region behind the front and continue through the weekend.
forecast for Monday sees dry weather to hang on in most of the region, with
a bit of a warming trend commencing on Monday.
warming and a bump in humidity will occur by the middle of next week, ahead
of the next cold front that will roll through and bring chances for showers
and thunderstorms as well as cooler and less humid air by the end of the
are still indications that cold enough air could mix with some remnant
moisture to produce the first flakes of snow in portions of far northern MN
by later Friday or early Saturday. It is still too far out to have a ton of
confidence in, but confidence is growing.
cold front has passed through the region and Canadian High Pressure is
building in and will dominate things for today, tomorrow and Sunday. The
high will bring dry weather for the event, along with comfortable temps and
humidity levels. Highs today look to be in the mid to upper 60ís, with low
70ís for Saturday and mid 70ís for Sunday. Humidity levels look to be
low, with dewpoints largely in the 40ís, which will allow lows to also
drop into the low 50ís and upper 40ís. All in all, except for some dust,
things look to be near perfect at this point.