Friday, June 10, 2016

June 10, 2016 - Local storm reports from around the Northland (Wind damage and some hail from the storms today) Around 80 degrees in Duluth on Saturday

/Issued 4:45 PM CDT, Friday, June 10, 2016/

Preliminary storm reports map for June 10, 2016.  Source, Storm Prediction Center.

Blue dots=Wind reports (58 mph or stronger)
Green dots=Hail reports (1.00" diameter or larger)














Low temperature forecast for tonight.  Source, National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota.



















High temperature forecast for Saturday.  Source, National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota.



















*Preliminary storm reports for June 10, 2016*
Source:  National Weather Service Duluth, Minnesota

*4:02 PM CDT:  THUNDERSTORM WIND DAMAGE.  1 SSE of Phillips, WI (Price County)  Large pine tree down just south of Phillips on Highway 13.

*3:57 PM CDT:  0.25" diameter hail.  5 SW of Phillips, WI (Price County)

*3:55 PM CDT:  0.25" diameter hail.  3 W of Phillips, WI (Price County)

*3:55 PM CDT:  THUNDERSTORM WIND DAMAGE.  3 W of Phillips, WI (Price County)  Large spruce tree downed at Intersection of County Road H and County Road J.

*3:21 PM CDT:  THUNDERSTORM WIND GUST.  50 mph.  Hurley, WI (Iron County)  Estimated 40-50 mph wind gusts.

*3:04 PM CDT:  0.50" diameter hail.  4 NNW of Winter, WI (Sawyer County)

*2:30 PM CDT:  0.25" diameter hail.  5 NW of Angus, WI (Washburn County)

*2:15 PM CDT:  0.50" diameter hail.  Shell Lake, WI (Washburn County)

*1:25 PM CDT:  THUNDERSTORM WIND DAMAGE.  7 NNW of Babbitt, MN (St. Louis County)  Report of multiple trees down near Intersection of Highway 21 and County Road 904.

*1:25 PM CDT:  0.25" diameter hail.  8 SSE of Robinson, MN (St. Louis County)  Pea sized hail.

*1:25 PM CDT:  THUNDERSTORM WIND DAMAGE.  8 SSE of Robinson, MN (St. Louis County)  Tree snapped halfway up trunk.

*3:58 AM CDT:  0.25" diameter hail.  3 ENE of Wright, MN (Carlton County)

...Quick outlook for Duluth and Superior...

Generally partly cloudy skies for tonight, the risk for any additional showers and thunderstorms is very low.  Temperatures falling to around 60 degrees by daybreak.  Wind out of west at 10 to 20 mph with east winds closer to Lake Superior gradually shifting to the west.

Saturday looks pleasant under partly to mostly sunny skies.  High temperatures should top out at around 80 degrees even near Lake Superior as winds will be out of the north or northwest at 10 to 20 mph.

Wind shifts back to the east Saturday night into Sunday, much cooler near Lake Superior on Sunday with highs holding in the 50s.  Rain chances return Sunday.

Tim