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|Sunrise 6:11AM||Sunset 8:18PM||Monday August 19, 2019 12:13 PM CDT (17:13 UTC)||Moonrise 9:27PM||Moonset 9:13AM||Illumination 83%|
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Area Discussion for - Duluth, MN  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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area forecast discussion
national weather service duluth mn
633 am cdt Mon aug 19 2019
Issued at 632 am cdt Mon aug 19 2019
updated for the 12z aviation discussion.
Short term (today through Tuesday)
issued at 415 am cdt Mon aug 19 2019
much of the northland will be dry today into this evening then an
approaching cold front and shortwave will bring chances for showers
and storms into the region from west to east later tonight into
A weak trough will brush across far northern minnesota this morning
into early afternoon, bringing a slight chance for showers to far
northern minnesota along with more clouds than points further south.
Warm air and moisture advection will occur today into tonight
resulting in highs from 75 to 82 across the area. Gusty west to
southwest winds will occur and aid in increasing dewpoints today to
near 60 over our far western area.
The increasing moisture and temperatures tonight will lead to
increasing instability from 500-1500 j kg over our western and far
northern cwa. The SPC continued a marginal risk for severe over our
far western CWA for later tonight. The cams are in good agreement
depicting the greatest coverage of showers storms late tonight over
far northern minnesota, roughly from northern itasca county to
northern saint louis county on north and west. As the front moves
east through the rest of the northland Tuesday, chances for
showers storms will spread across eastern minnesota into northern
wisconsin. Highs will climb into the lower to mid seventies over far
northern minnesota the mid seventies to around eighty over the rest
of the area. Dewpoints will be in the lower to mid sixties over the
southern half of the northland. The cams, although not in as good
agreement as tonight, show scattered shower storm coverage. A few
strong storms may develop in the afternoon over far eastern
minnesota and northern wisconsin but the severe threat looks low.
Long term (Tuesday night through Sunday)
issued at 415 am cdt Mon aug 19 2019
on Tuesday night, some showers and storms associated with
the passing cold front may linger over northwest wisconsin. High
pressure quickly builds in and remains over the region until
Thursday night. South-southwesterly flow then develops ahead of a
shortwave moving through the northern plains advecting warm|
temperatures and moisture to the region for Friday into Sunday.
There are differences among the deterministic models on how to
handle the various shortwaves moving through the region this
weekend. There will be chances for showers and storms but it is too
early to determine the potential severity of the storms. Generally,
a warming trend through the period with highs reaching the mid to
upper 70s by the weekend.
Aviation (for the 12z tafs through 12z Tuesday morning)
issued at 632 am cdt Mon aug 19 2019
mainlyVFR conditions through the TAF period. Patchy fog
dissipates this morning. Some light showers are moving along the
international border and could affect inl in the next couple of
hours. Gusty southwesterly winds develop through the day with most
sites reaching up to 20 kt gusts. Winds subside overnight. A cold
front begins to move into the region tonight bringing scattered
showers and storms to inl.
Issued at 415 am cdt Mon aug 19 2019
a small craft advisory is in effect for most of the minnesota north
shore for this afternoon. Southwesterly winds strengthen through the
day causing gusts of 20-25 kts with waves of 3-5 ft. Winds and waves
subside tonight. Southwest winds at 5 to 10 knots will then be seen
for Tuesday with waves around a foot or less. A cold front moves
into the region on Tuesday bringing a chance of thunderstorms.
Preliminary point temps pops
Dlh 79 59 77 51 0 10 40 10
inl 80 57 74 48 20 60 70 0
brd 82 60 80 52 0 10 50 0
hyr 79 56 80 51 0 10 50 10
asx 81 59 82 53 0 10 40 10
Dlh watches warnings advisories
Ls... Small craft advisory from 10 am this morning to 7 pm cdt this
evening for lsz140>143.
short term... Melde
long term... Kc
marine... Melde kc
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|Longville, Longville Municipal Airport, MN||13 mi||42 min||SSW 10 G 16||10.00 mi||Fair||72°F||57°F||61%||1013.5 hPa|
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