Okay, okay...enough with the lame weather puns. This weekend will be chiiiii-lly! The coldest air yet this season, fresh from northern Canada, makes a return to Minnesota. Saturday morning brings lows in the teens to many backyards as far south as Arkansas. Brrr.
But you knew this was bound to happen. By this time of year polar fronts mean business and with each passing day the decrease in daylight results in ever-cooling conditions.
But luck may be on our side this season. Models are showing milder weather around the middle of next week. No freak snowstorms yet, fatbikers.
Saturday: Cool sun. H: 45 Wind: SE 10-15
Saturday Night: Clear. L: 31
Sunday: Warmer. H: 51 L: 39 Wind: S 10-15
Monday: Light rain. H: 52 L: 37 Wind: S 5-10
Tuesday: Briefly cooler, partly cloudy. H: 45 L: 32 Wind: NW 5-10
Wednesday: Sunny. H: 52 L: 39 Wind: SW 5-10
Over the Rainbow: We've all heard of double rainbows forming behind a rainstorm during a warm summer's eve. But what about a 5th rainbow? Just recently a photographer captured what looks to be a defined 5th bow in view. The original and enhanced image is below.
Summer brings warm afternoons perfect for biking, but the summer heat and humidity can also spark thunderstorms and severe weather. Be prepared for any type of adverse weather headed your way with Aeris Pulse.
NWS Twin Cities Weather Story