On Friday, there will be a low moving through the northern parts of North Dakota that will be heading eastward throughout the day. While we do not expect any rain from this system reaching Road America on Friday, we may have enough available moisture for an isolated shower or two around the area during the late afternoon hours. Skies will be partly cloudy to start with clouds increasing throughout the day. Afternoon highs will be in the upper 60s after starting off in the mid-50s at sunrise. Rain chances will be around 20%.
The good news is that the low will be moving northeast and will stay well to the north and north of the Canadian border. The bad news is that a front will be approaching the area that will bring an increase to the shower and thunderstorm chances on Saturday. At this point, there is the potential for up to 1/4-inch of rain in the area if showers and storms move over the track. Right now, we're going with rain chances at 40%. After starting off in the upper 50s at sunrise, the daytime high will top out right around 70 degrees.
The weather pattern continues to look to be unsettled as warmer and moist air will continue to be pumped into the area from the southwest on Sunday. The system will continue to affect the weather and there is a small chance of a few scattered showers and storms to move through the area throughout the day. Rain chances are small, around 30%. After a mild start to the morning with temperatures in the lower 60s, the daytime high will reach the mid-70s.