Northland Outdoors Forecast: Hot and humid days return
Dew points will be on the rise leading to muggy and hot weather heading into mid-July.
A few showers and thunderstorms will be rolling out of Wisconsin as thunderstorms develop in eastern Montana Friday evening. These storms in Montana will push into western North Dakota during the overnight period and could interrupt some late night bon fires. Minnesota is looking warm and a little muggy overnight, but overall quiet to start this weekend.
A few showers and thundershowers may linger in the central and east-central parts of the Dakotas throughout Saturday. I'm seeing a very nice day to spend on the water for Minnesota. Winds look light and temperatures will be borderline hot along with a muggy feel to the air.
This weekend may be one of those that you may actually want a breeze. With the warmer temperatures and muggy feel to the air a little breeze would be welcome. These light winds will make for great boating and swimming weather. It will be fairly hot to be out fishing in the afternoons. Mornings will be best to do a little casting before temperatures climb into the 80s and 90s.
Highs will range from the 80s to 90s starting Friday and lasting through the weekend. This summer heat looks to last into next week as well.