Yes, that was a great tune from Bob Seger, and it will sum up our Tuesday.
Much of Minnesota (and parts of western Wisconsin) are under a wind advisory until 7 p.m. Tuesday. The wind will shift from the southeast and blow from the southwest at speeds over 30 mph during the afternoon.
That wind will bring some much warmer air our way. We will take a run at 70 degrees in the Twin Cities with warmer air south.
The only shot of showers appears to be early in the day with clearing by afternoon. Your umbrella would be pretty useless with the aggressive winds.
Once the cold front passes in the afternoon, cooler and drier air will arrive. The cooler air will still be a good 5-10 degrees above average with highs in the 50s.