Our Sunday in the Twin Cities will feature plenty of clouds, with peeks of sun at times. An isolated afternoon shower is possible, with a chance of scattered showers and even a thunderstorm this evening.
Our Saturday will feature plenty of clouds into the afternoon, thanks to an upper level disturbance.
Our Sunday will feature lots of clouds, with some peeks of sun at times in the afternoon/early evening.
The air over much of Minnesota and western Wisconsin is moist this Saturday as dewpoints are in the 60s.
We had plenty of sunshine early Sunday in the Twin Cities, then an upper level disturbance spread clouds over us by late morning.
Our Twin Cities high temperature on Friday was only 62, well below our average high of 78 degrees.
After the record high of 103 in the Twin Cities on Tuesday, a cool down was inevitable.
It’s true. Our Sunday weather will be just as nice as it was on Saturday. It’s great to have two sun-splashed weekend days with low humidity.
Our average high this time of year is 76 degrees in the Twin Cities. We should top out in the 80s both days this weekend, with plenty of sun and a few patchy clouds at times.
Our Sunday will feature plenty of clouds, with scattered showers and thunderstorms possible. Strong or severe thunderstorms are possible over parts of Minnesota and western Wisconsin this afternoon, overnight and early Monday.
Our Saturday will feature a cloud and sun mix, with a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms developing at times this afternoon and evening. A few scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible on Sunday as well.
A low pressure system over eastern South Dakota will move slowly eastward Sunday and Sunday night.
Our Saturday will feature lots of clouds, as well as periods of rain. An isolated thunderstorm is also possible.
Our Sunday will feature plenty of sunshine and highs in the 60s. It’ll be windy, but this weather is an improvement over our rainy and cold Saturday.
Our Saturday will feature lots of clouds, and showers at times. It will also be breezy and cool.
It finally feels like spring. Warmer temperatures this weekend are bringing smiles to our faces. Spring also means showers and thunderstorms at times.
Last Sunday and Monday we had highs in the chilly 40s.
A strong low pressure system is just north of the U.S./Canadian border this Sunday morning.
A strong low pressure system is sitting over North Dakota this Saturday morning.
Our Sunday will be gorgeous. Nearby high pressure will give us plenty of sunshine, along with light winds.
Our Saturday won’t be as rainy as Friday, and it will be a bit warmer too. An isolated afternoon shower cannot be ruled out, but most of us won’t see any rain.
Our Sunday will feature sunshine and patchy clouds, with high temperatures well below average.
As of early Saturday morning, six-tenths of an inch of snow had fallen at MSP airport, which is the official snow measurement spot for the Twin Cities. That was enough to move us into fourth place on the list of snowiest winters in the Twin Cities.
An unstable airmass is in place Sunday afternoon, and showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop and continue at times into Sunday evening.
You can feel the humidity rising and temperatures are above average this weekend. That’s all due to a low pressure system that is approaching from the southwest.