60 degrees never felt so good. Sunday was the warmest day since mid-October! In true Minnesota fashion, however, the weather turns sour again this week. While the northern half of the state gets a blizzard, the southern portion sees thunderstorms.
A second storm this week comes on Thursday with the possibility of more snow. Stay tuned!
Monday: Morning thunderstorms. Break in rain mid-PM. H: 60 Wind: SE 10
Monday Night: Rain changing to snow. Just a dusting. L: 21
Tuesday: Much colder, windy. Turning partly cloudy. H: 35 L: 23 Wind: NW 20-25
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. H: 41 L: 30 Wind: NE 2-4
Thursday: Mostly cloudy, heavy rain changing to snow late. H: 46 L: 30 Wind: E 10
Friday: Snow, likely accumulation. H: 35 L: 26 Wind: NE 15-20
Saturday: Partly cloudy. H: 40 L: 29 Wind: NW 10
Sunday: Sunny, warmer. H: 50 L: 46 Wind: SW 2-4
Snow melt with an additional 0.5" to 1 inch of liquid precipitation means very soggy soils. Trails will continue to remain closed for a while. Even pavement riding will stay rather wet. Fenders will be your best friend!
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