Okay, so we've lost about 24 minutes of daylight since the summer solstice. Depressing, I know. The drop in humidity and heat this weekend probably won't be significant enough to have you thinking Fall but, hey, at least conditions are more comfortable for riding.
A nice puff of Canadian air settles in this weekend allowing the dewpoints to drop from the 70s into the 50s! A welcomed break from the stuffy air as of lately.
Now the rain...if only we were so lucky.
Drier air (brown shade above) tries to overtake the area but does a crappy job. Yes, humidity will drop but just enough moisture sticks around to kick up a few stray thunderstorms Saturday night into Sunday.
No searing heat or deluge of rain expected anytime soon. In fact, very typical July weather hangs out through next week.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. H: 80 Wind: NE 4
Saturday Night: Patchy thunderstorms ~ 0.25". L: 61 Wind: E 4
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. A few thunderstorms. H: 78 L: 65 Wind: SE 10
Monday: An isolated thunderstorm. H: 83 L: 68 Wind: S 10-15
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. H: 85 L: 65 Wind: N 5-10
Wednesday: Partly sunny. H: 80 L: 65 Wind: SW 5
Fat Bike Central
The rumors are true. This week Trek and Specialized BOTH announced a new fat bike line. Nice! Fat bike beer run anyone?...
What are your thoughts about the new additions to the fat bike world?
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