High pressure has been building southeast from Canada, and is now centered over MN and WI. It will continue to slide east over the next couple of days. The highest pressure reported is 1027 mb (30.33 "Hg) in west-central Minnesota. My weather station currently reports 30.32 "Hg.
Satellite shows sunny and clear across the entire region, though there was some fog earlier this morning near Lake Superior and along the rivers south of La Crosse. Yesterday's numbers:
Temps: 55.0 / 70.8 Barometer Range: 30.04 rising to 30.27 Dewpoint Range: 61 dropping to 47 Windgust: 7 mph West at 2:20, 7 mph NorthWest at 9:40
This morning's low: 48.6 at 5:30 Average low for today: 53.5 (1948 to 2000)
Temps will be near normal today (forecast high of 74, the average is near 73). After another cool night (forecast low of 48), tomorrow will be another nice & average day, but a little breezy.