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Northland Outdoors Forecast: A cloudy start to the weekend

The low pressure sitting over the region will move East, with sunshine behind it.

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This week ends with more rain chances and clouds for the afternoon, as the Low Pressure system keeps making its way to the East. Highs will be on the cooler side due to the clouds in the 70s for most of the region.

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Saturday we see most of the rain move east, although parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin will still see some of those rain showers. While we are dryer, the clouds still stick around save for western North and South Dakota.

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Temperatures will stay cool as well in the 70s, but where there is more sunshine highs will be in the 80s off West.

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Winds will also be fairly light after the low passes Saturday afternoon and Sunday.

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Saturday Wind
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By Sunday we see a lot of those clouds move out and the sunshine make a return for the region. With that temperatures increase to back into the 80s for a large part of the region.

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