Northland Outdoors Forecast: Showers move through the region Saturday
Highs will warm up nicely for most of us making for a decent summer weekend.
Parts of the Dakotas and southwestern Minnesota will warm into the 80s with 70s elsewhere. Watch for showers to move across Minnesota throughout the day with a few thundershowers near the Twin Cities and into Wisconsin in the afternoon and evening hours.
Winds over the weekend look to cooperate for a non-windy weekend. Winds look variable for Saturday with a few gusts into the teens here and there.
Showers will move through the Red River Valley late Friday night into early Saturday morning. These showers will then head east and southeast throughout the day across Minnesota.
By late afternoon and evening most of the showers and thundershowers will be in eastern and southeastern Minnesota as well as Wisconsin.
Although there is a chance of a few isolated showers and thunderstorms on Sunday, most of the area is shaping up to have a decent Sunday for outdoor activities.
Winds look to cooperate yet again for most of us Sunday. Winds will vary depending on where you'll be over the region. A few gusts will get into the teens.
A few spotty showers and thunderstorms can't be ruled out for Sunday. Most of us will have a dry day or a minor interruption.