MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Monday is a Subsequent Climate Alert day as a result of a few rounds of probably extreme storms.
A fancy of storms will cross into Minnesota within the morning hours, affecting primarily central and northwestern Minnesota. These storms may clip the Twin Cities, too.
The principle menace will likely be wind gusts and enormous hail.
That complicated will filter by noon, and the following spherical arrives in southeastern Minnesota within the night hours. Once more, the Twin Cities may get clipped. Hail would be the predominant menace with these storms, although there may be additionally an out of doors likelihood of an remoted twister.
The Twin Cities and areas to the southwest will see excessive temperatures within the 80s, whereas up north will likely be a number of levels cooler as a result of rain and cloud cowl.
Issues will calm down within the in a single day hours, and Tuesday seems dry and nice, with a excessive of 76 and a mixture of solar and clouds.
Storms return on Wednesday, and so they have the potential to show extreme.
Thursday may see report highs, with 90 levels potential within the Twin Cities. After that, temperatures will cool barely as we head into the weekend.