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The highest temperature on Saturday, Nov. 26 was three degrees shy of the warmest temperature in Brainerd history.
The forecast is in line with the average temperature of 36 degrees for the Brainerd lakes area this time of year, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service in Duluth on Tuesday, Nov. 8, issued a winter storm watch Thursday morning through lake Friday night for a large swath of northern and northwest Minnesota, including for Cass, Todd and Wadena counties.
The wind, combined with dry conditions and warm temperatures to create near critical fire conditions in northeast Minnesota with the National Weather Service warning the conditions could lead to rapidly spreading fires.
NWS reports a small risk for a tornado in Cass and Crow Wing counties as strong low pressure system is expected to produce thunderstorms.
Thunderstorms were predicted to cause some severe weather Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022, in the Brainerd lakes area. But the National Weather Service in Duluth has not received reports of hail or tornadoes touching down in the region.

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Temperatures could climb up to 90 on Thursday before cooling down to the 60s later in the week.
"Excess rainfall" this spring has reversed the severe drought the north saw last year, and it's unlikely there will be a drought in the region for the foreseeable future, according to a climate outlook report.
A heat advisory is in effect until 1 a.m. Tuesday, which is officially the first day of summer.

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