Question: When will this relentless rain end? Answer: Soon.
I know it's been a rough summer for trail riding. Hang in there, the overall weather pattern looks to change up just a bit and allow for some drier days ahead.
A dry puff of Canadian air (blue shade moving into northeast MN) graces us with it's presence late Saturday. This results in dry weather from Sunday-Tuesday. Very low rain chances occur through late next week. Finally, a stretch of dry weather. Perfect for getting some much needed trail maintenance done.
Saturday: Morning rain, afternoon clearing. H: 75 Wind: 7-11
Saturday Night: Clear L: 57 Wind: N 2-4
Sunday: Sunny! H: 81 L: 60 Wind: N 2-4
Monday: Dry and warm. H: 80 L: 60 Wind: NE 2
Tuesday: Still sunny. H: 82 L: 61 Wind: CALM
Wednesday: A passing thunderstorm. H: 84 L: 62 Wind: S 2
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