We've had 11 consecutive weekends with measurable rain...this weekend makes twelve! You have to go all the way back to the month of March to find a completely dry weekend. I don't know whether to laugh or cry.
Morning showers and thunderstorms taper Saturday morning as a slow cold front swings through Minnesota. Luckily the heaviest rain stays south of the metro trails. Sunday will be dry but additional rain is likely Sunday night. Blah.
Saturday: AM Thunder, partly sunny PM. H: 84 Wind: NW 5-10
Saturday night: Clear & calm. L: 62 Wind: W 2-4
Father's Day: Sunny, DRY! Rain arrives Sunday night. H: 85 L: 64 Wind: SW 5-10
Monday: Morning rain, mostly cloudy. H: 78 L: 58 Wind: NW 10
Tuesday: Sun! H: 79 L: 60 Wind: NE 2-4
Wednesday: Sunny. H: 80 L: 65 Wind: SE 5-10
Lutsen 99er & 2WheelWeather
2WW is excited to provide a CycleCast for the upcoming Lutsen 99er (and 39er) race June 29! Luckily northern MN hasn't had the frequent rains like the southern half of the state. Still, conditions are currently on the damp side. After all, it's June...the wettest month of the year.
Right now, the 16-Day Long Range Forecast hints at some rain on race day. Stay updated on trail and weather conditions with the Lutsen 99er CycleCast, a hyper local and highly detailed forecast 5 days, 3 days and 24 hours in advance of race day located here or on the Lutsen 99er website.
I'll be at Lutsen racing so fingers crossed for a dry day! See you there!
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