Easy to mistaken the accumulating cottonwood for snow. I caught myself doing a double take the other day on the trail.
The fall-like airmass over the weekend gradually fades into a string of 70 degree days. Could be worse. June is Minnesota's wettest, most severe month out of the entire year. Soak up the good singletrack while it lasts.
Tuesday: Sunny, dry. H: 75 Wind: S 10-15
Tuesday Night: Increasing clouds. L: 63
Wednesday: Cloudy, thunderstorms. H: 75 L: 61 Wind: S 15
Thursday: Thunderstorms. H: 77 L: 59 Wind: S 5
Friday: Lighter rain. H: 70 L: 57 Wind: NE 10
Saturday: Mostly sunny. H: 72 L: 59 Wind: SE 5-15
Sunday: Scattered showers, t-storms. H: 75 L: 61 Wind: W 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