Fall photos (above) from Mammoth singletrack. Foliage in central Minnesota is now at peak color. Luckily this weekend's weather stays dry long enough to enjoy the vibrant scenery.
Climate stats tell us that October 10 is typically the first time we see 32 degrees (freezing conditions). We've come close several nights this week with many neighborhoods reporting widespread frost thus marking an end to the growing season.
Cool-ish weather sticks around all weekend. Next chance of rain will be Sunday night and even that won't be a whole lot of rain (under 0.25"). More of a southerly wind kicks in Saturday which will start a warming process into next week. Possibly near 70 degrees in southern Minnesota late next week?!
Saturday: Sunny. H: 57 Wind: SW 5-10
Saturday Night: Clear. L: 42
Sunday: Increasing clouds. Rain Sunday night. H: 60 L: 47 Wind: S 5-15
Monday: Showers, mostly cloudy. H: 61 L: 44 Wind: N 10
Tuesday: Sunny, breezy. H: 62 L: 46 Wind: NW 10-20
Wednesday: Sunny. H: 64 L: 48 Wind: SE 10-15
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