By late March the strong sun begins to warm the ground, whereas the upper atmosphere still maintains a winter chill. This cold air above warm air creates an unstable environment in which thunderstorms can develop.
We just might hear the first rumbles of thunder this Wednesday as a vigorous cold front approaches the state. Precipitation totals through next week should stay below 0.50".
Saturday: Cool sun. H: 45 Wind: SE 5-10
Saturday Night: Light rain develops. L: 36
Sunday: Windy. Scattered showers. H: 48 L: 30 Wind: NW 20-30 gusts 40
Monday: Light rain and snow. H: 57 L: 34 Wind: NW 10
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. H: 57 L: 34 Wind: W 10
Wednesday: Showers, thunderstorms south. H: 59 L: 37 Wind: SE 10-15
The Climate Prediction Center indicates that April will start out wetter than normal
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