Here's an eyebrow-raiser...the last time we had a/ with highs (both days) in the 40s or warmer was ...
That seems like ages ago! We enjoy a nice lukewarm weekend but it's short-lived. Heavy rain and snow look to set up across the area Monday and then again on Wednesday as a pair of storms impact the region.
Saturday: Scattered clouds. H: 40° Wind: SE 2
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy. L: 35°
Sunday: Warmest day since mid-October! H: 54° L: 37° Wind: SW 10-15
Monday: Heavy rain changes over to heavy snow by Monday evening. H: 46° L: 29° Wind: NW 15-20
Tuesday: Cloudy, windy. H: 35° L: 24° Wind: NW 15-20
Wednesday: More rain and snow, likely. Location of precipitation type will vary greatly depending on storm track. Stay tuned! H: 39° L: 30° Wind: NE 7
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