Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Intervals of dripping clouds

Weather Headlines

* Showers likely today. The latest (NAM/WRF) computer model prints out around 0.15" of through the evening, while GFS predicts nearly 0.40"
*Unsettled skies return for Thursday and Friday as a cool puddle of air sits over Minnesota. A passing shower or spritz is possible through the early weekend.
* Breezy winds will add a whiff of wind chill to an already slightly cooler than average mecury reading.
* Fairly nice weekend shaping up; Sunday appears to be the sunnier, milder day with highs in the mid 60's.
* Warming trend next week: 70s possible again middle of next Week.

Todd's Forecast

Thursday: Cool and gray, showers likely. High: 58

Thursday night: Spotty showers, perhaps a thunderstorm. Low: 50

Friday: Partly sunny, slight chance of a late-day shower. Cooler than average. High: 57

Saturday: Mix of clouds and sun, isolated late-day shower or sprinkle - most of the day should be dry. High: 61

Sunday: Sunnier, nicer - no complaints. High: 64

Monday: Increasing clouds, late showers. High: 66

Tuesday: Showers linger, unsettled. High: 63

Wednesday: Sun returns, warming up. High: 68

Thursday: Increasing clouds, chance of thunder. High: 66

Friday: Showers/storms possible. High: 62

Saturday (May 9 - Walleye and Northern Opener): Mild, unsettled, few showers, possible. T-storm. High: 68

Sunday: Not great. Gray, another shower or two. High: near 70

Monday: Lingering clouds, cooler breeze kicks in. High: 62

Tuesday: Mix of clouds and sun, seasonably mild. High: 67

Wednesday: Partly sunny. High: 70

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