Feels more like the start of March instead of April! A sharp warm-up Sunday is followed by light rain/snow mix by evening as a clipper races through. By the middle of next week some of the wettest weather in the short-term forecast will occur.
The biggest late-season snowfall ever in the Twin Cities was 3" on May 20, 1892. Goes to show we can still see snowflakes well into spring. Northern Minnesota stands to see a slushy 1"-3", but no accumulation for the metro.
A rather progressive weather pattern will send three cold fronts through the area between now and next week. This means a period of gusty winds to help dry out the trails. For those taking the road bike out for a spin Saturday you'll be battling a nasty north head wind. The wind will pick back up again with a wet storm midweek.
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