The heat and humidity will make way for some storms, which could turn severe. Here's your forecast.
The sunshine returns Friday, with a high of 77 degrees in the Twin Cities. The high Saturday is in the 80s for much of Minnesota, while it'll be cooler in north-central and northeastern Minnesota. It'll be hot and steamy on Sunday, with highs in the mid-80s and plenty of humidity, which could lead to some isolated storms. Memorial Day will see highs approaching 90 degrees.
The warmup is underway, with highs in the 60s on Thursday, followed by the mid-70s on Friday. It'll heat up into the 80s for the weekend, and then the high is 91 degrees on Memorial Day.
It could be a very warm summer in Minnesota.
Friday will be sunny with highs in the mid 70s!
After a wet morning, rain showers will become of the hit-and-miss variety Wednesday afternoon and night. Thursday will start off cloudy, but skies will clear with highs climbing into the 60s. Looking at the holiday weekend, temps will be in the upper 70s and 80s.
Showers will lessen by Wednesday evening making for a warmer, drier Thursday.
A windy and rainy Wednesday is ahead for Minnesota. Ian Leonard has your forecast.
Widespread rain is expected Wednesday, with highs in the 50s.
Rain will arrive overnight and stick around most of Wednesday.
Monday will be warmer with patchy clouds building into the afternoon. And the forecast is looking promising for Memorial Day weekend.
Fresh clouds build Monday with highs in the mid-60s. Monday night will be cloudy and cool, with a low of 48 degrees in the Twin Cities. Tuesday will be pleasant enough with a high of 67 and patchy clouds. Wednesday's high is in the 50s with rain in the forecast.
High temps will top out in the mid-60s in the Twin Cities, with increasing clouds throughout the day. Overnight lows on Monday will be cooler than average in the upper 40s. Tuesday will see highs in the upper 60s, and Wednesday will be cool and wet. The holiday weekend brings a warming trend.
Cooler temperatures are staying into effect on Sunday.
A chilly weekend is in store this weekend in Minnesota. Highs on Friday top out in the upper 60s in the Twin Cities, followed by a high of 55 on Saturday. Sunday is looking sunny with a high of around 60 degrees.
Rain showers move out Friday morning, with partly cloudy skies by the afternoon. High temps will be in the 60s.
Strong to severe storms are possible Thursday afternoon and evening, especially in southeastern Minnesota.
Scattered storms are expected in central and southeastern Minnesota Thursday afternoon, with southeast Minnesota and western Wisconsin having the best chance of seeing strong storms. The main threats with strong storms that do develop are large hail and gusty winds.
Isolated storms are possible Wednesday, especially in northern Minnesota. A warm front will bring warmer temps Thursday to half the state. Strong to severe storms are possible Thursday, including in the Twin Cities. A much cooler weekend is expected.
Scattered storms are possible Wednesday and Thursday. Then, we get the big cool down.