By WCCO-TV Staff

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Showers and rumbles are on the docket for Wednesday as a storm system moves into the state. And the showers are expected to stick around for a while.

The day begins with mild temperatures in the high-40s with high temps expected to reach the low- to mid-50s.

While most of the state won’t see rain until the afternoon, showers have occurred in northeastern and southeastern Minnesota, as well as western Wisconsin.

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Steady rain will begin developing in western Minnesota in the early afternoon, with the Twin Cities not expected to see showers until later in the afternoon.

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Showers are expected to linger around until Thursday afternoon, with things drying out in the evening and into Friday.


Saturday looks to be the warmest day in the near future, with a lot of sun and high temps in the high-50s.

As for Sunday, which is Halloween, expect a colder day in the high-40s, but sunny conditions will stick around.