Air that has been sitting over the arctic for months will now make it's seasonal descent into Minnesota. Lows in the 30s Friday night will be a sign that our long, muggy summer nights are now behind us. Time to dig out the merino wool from the back of the closet!
Wednesday: Heavy rain early. 1-2 inch rainfall per hour could increase runoff on the trails. H: 55° Wind: NW 10-15
Wednesday Night: Brisk NW wind, high evaporation rates. L: 41°
Thursday: An October-looking sky. H: 56° L: 40° Wind: NW 5-10
Friday: Turning clear. Cold night. H: 56° L: 39° Wind: NW 4
Saturday: Sunny. H: 61° L: 44° Wind: SW 4
Sunday: Clear. H: 62° L: 46° Wind: S 5-10
Early fall is known for bomber low pressure storms (as shown above) that develop over the plains. Storms like this can easily drop the air temp a good 30-40 degrees within 24 hours. The first frost is likely in some Minnesota communities come Saturday morning.
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