Weather Blog: More Sun Would Be Nice

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Our Saturday will feature plenty of clouds into the afternoon, thanks to an upper level disturbance.

Some spotty showers are also in the forecast, with steadier rains early Saturday afternoon over southeastern Minnesota.

We expect some occasional breaks in the clouds later Saturday. 

On Sunday, a low pressure system approaches from the west. It could ignite some showers and thunderstorms by Sunday afternoon, especially over western and northern Minnesota.

Our best chance of thunderstorms in the Twin Cities doesn’t arrive until Sunday evening/night, but an isolated thunderstorm could pop up in the afternoon. Periods of showers and thunderstorms are likely on Monday.  It sure would be nice to see a string of sunny days.

Comments

One Comment

  1. Bill says:

    It sure would be nice if global warming was true.

    1. Daddy Doo says:

      Bring it on. We sure could use a bit more heat.

    2. Mike says:

      Bill
      Climate change there primate.

  2. Lisa Courtney says:

    I live in southeastern New Mexico. We are experiencing the worst drought of my 40 year lifetime. WE’VE ONLY RECEIVED 4 TENTHS OF AN INCH OF MOISTURE SINCE OCTOBER 2010. THE TREES ARE DEAD, THE GRASS IS DEAD. THERE ARE NO BUGS, NO GRASSHOPPERS, NO BUTTERFLIES. IT WAS 107 DEGREES TODAY. IT WILL BE 107 DEGREES TOMORROW. GRASS FIRES ARE ALMOST A DAILY OCCURRENCE HERE. I JSUT CAN’T WAIT FOR SUMMER TO BE OVER. YOU CAN HAVE ALL THE HEAT YOU WANT–JUST GIVE US RAIN!!!!!

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