MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – While Wednesday afternoon looks to be bring scattered showers to Minnesota, Thursday is shaping up to be a perfect summer day.

Meteorologist Matt Brickman says Thursday will be a #Top10WeatherDay. Skies are expected to be clear, temps will be in the low 80s and the humidity will be something other than “oppressive.”

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Be sure to get out and enjoy it. The humidity looks to return Friday and last through the beginning of next week, if not longer.

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But before the lovely weather Thursday, Minnesotans will need to deal with clouds and rain showers Wednesday.

According to Brickman, clouds will replace sunny Wednesday afternoon, and there’ll be a chance for scattered showers across the state.

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No severe storms are expected to develop. That’s good news for areas of northwestern Minnesota, which saw more than four inches of rain (in a single day) on Tuesday.