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Northland Outdoor Forecast: A warm Memorial Day weekend

Some areas could see the 90s this weekend.

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This weekend will bring some pretty warm weather compared to what we've had so far this year. Friday already starts off with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 70s and 80s.

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Friday outlook
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Going into Saturday, more clouds come into the region and so do chances of showers and thundershowers.

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Saturday precipitation
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Saturday's temperatures will be very pleasant with highs in the 70s and 80s. Areas in South Dakota will even reach the 90s.

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Saturday temperatures
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Winds this weekend will be around 10-20 mph. On Saturday the stronger winds will be in southern Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin. Sunday's winds will be similar but with a stronger breeze in western North Dakota.

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Saturday winds
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Sunday brings very similar chances of rain scattered through the region. Temperatures continue to stay warm in the 70s and 80s.

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Sunday temperatures
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Monday once again brings scattered rain showers but some cooler temperatures. Areas in North Dakota will see highs in the 60s. In southern Minnesota however, temperatures will increase into the 90s.

Monday temperatures
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