By D.J. Kayser, filling in for Paul Douglas
SUNDAY: Mainly sunny. Isolated storm late? High 79. Low 61. Chance of precipitation 20%. Winds S 5-10 mph.
MONDAY: Sunny and warm. High 76. Low 55. Chance of precipitation 10%. Winds SW 3-5 mph.
TUESDAY: Blue skies. Late night storm possible. High 74. Low 58. Chance of precipitation 20%. Winds SW 3-5 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Storm chances on the increase. High 76. Low 59. Chance of precipitation 30%. Winds SE 5-10 mph.
1911: Pipestone is hit with baseball-sized hail that smashes numerous windows at the Calumet Hotel and high school. The local observer measures hail three inches deep. People get their photos taken in automobiles surrounded by the icy white ground.
Average Low: 52F (Record: 34F set in 1943)
Average Precipitation: 0.10" (Record: 2.37" set in 2015)
Sunset: 7:19 PM
*Length Of Day: 12 hours, 24 minutes and 15 seconds
*Daylight Lost Since Yesterday: ~3mins & 5secs
*Next Sunrise That Is At/After 7 AM: September 21st (7:00 am)
*Next Sunset That Is Before 7 PM: September 28th (6:58 pm)
Expected Highs Saturday.
We'll see clearing skies throughout the day Saturday with temperatures warming into the 60s across northern Minnesota and the low 70s across southern Minnesota. A few showers will still be possible across parts of north central and northeast Minnesota, but those will slowly fade throughout the day.
Expected Highs Sunday.
Sunday will be a good 5-10 degrees warmer across most of the state, as highs climb into the mid to upper 70s. Some 80s are possible across southern Minnesota, meanwhile Grand Marais will be stuck in the mid 60s.
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