Wow! A 7-day in early November doesn't get much better than this! Great opportunity to slay some singletrack with temperatures 15 degrees above normal through the weekend.
October 2016 had an average temperature of 51 degrees in Minneapolis/St.Paul, 4 degrees above normal. This was the 13th consecutive month of above normal temperatures. This was also the first October since 1958 where the Twin Cities did not reach a low of 32 degrees. We are well on our way to having the latest freeze ever on record.
The record latest date (as shown above) for the first 32 degree temperature is November 7, 1900. The November outlook continues to favor warmer than normal conditions for the Twin Cities and most of the country.
Conditions are favorable for the development of La Nina in the equatorial Pacific Ocean this winter. What does that mean for the Twin Cities? A good possibility that conditions will be colder than last winter with temperatures at or slightly below normal. Confidence is also high in above normal snowfall this winter.
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