The previous seven days featured a dramatic contrast of weather. Last week it was balmy temperatures and fair conditions until Friday and Saturday. Some windy conditions, especially in the afternoons, demanded more caution for boaters. With gusty winds, occasionally over 50 mph, and seemingly nonstop heavy showers on Sunday through this morning, created emergency conditions from Duluth to the Canadian border.
The heavy rains and wind conditions of yesterday and recent days should give way later on today to fair weather for several days. High pressure over the area should result in mainly clear conditions and just occasional cloudiness in the afternoons. Temperatures will be in mid 70s F (mid 20s C). Winds will not be a repeat of recent days but could increase from light to moderate in the later afternoons.