June is the wettest, most severe month of the year in Minnesota. the weather pattern has literally become stuck. Weather systems aren't moving that quickly from west to east and as a result the rain is really beginning to pile up. Our metro trails have received over 6 inches of rain this month, that's more than 2 inches above normal. If this rainy trend continues, many areas could end up with one of the wettest Junes on record. Good grief.
Wednesday: Morning rain, mostly cloudy. Afternoon sun. H: 86 Wind: E 10
Wednesday Night: Thunderstorms. L: 70
Thursday: Morning rain, storm redevelopment during afternoon and for Thursday Night Lights. H: 86 L: 67 Wind: SE 10-15
Friday: Partly sunny. Late-day, isolated thunder. H: 87 L: 66 Wind: SW 10
Saturday: Partly sunny. H: 84 L: 63 Wind: W 10
Sunday: Becoming cloudy, an isolated shower. H: 77 L: 61 Wind: NW 7
Rest for the Weary: This persistent, wet weather pattern will eventually break. The 8-14 Day Precipitation Outlook shows a trend towards drier than average conditions. Exactly what our trails need.
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