MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Thursday goes to be dry, sunny and hotter, however after that, there are a few Subsequent Climate alert days on faucet.
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Within the Twin Cities, anticipate a excessive of 56, whereas up north, most spots will high out within the 40s. You’ll see a mixture of solar and clouds all through the day.
Showers arrive early within the day Friday, however the likelihood for remoted storms and even doubtlessly extreme climate will happen within the night hours. The Nationwide Climate Service tasks a slight threat of extreme climate for about half the state, together with central and southern Minnesota and the Twin Cities. In western Minnesota, that threat is upgraded to enhanced.
The principle menace with these storms shall be hail.
The storms will proceed into Saturday, and once more there shall be a slight threat of issues turning extreme. Temperatures will climb into the mid-70s within the Twin Cities because the weekend begins.
Issues dry out and funky down on Sunday, and temperatures will keep beneath common for a lot of the week.