StormTeam Outlook: Friday, May 19th, 2017
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles
Friday looks to be our only break from the wet weather. There is another area of low pressure rolling in from the southern plains and will likely lead to showers developing across the Northland. The showers will likely move into our southern viewing area in the morning and gradually working its way northward by the afternoon hours. Most of the region will see anywhere from .25” to .75” of rain. The low will then settle over southern Minnesota and create the likely hood for more rain on Sunday. Winds this weekend will once again be off the lake and keep shoreline communities much cooler. We’re likely to stay in the 40s this weekend near the lake with Saturday being the coolest. We’ll get a brief break on Monday, then more rain is set to return by Tuesday.