The wettest Halloween in Minneapolis/St. Paul was 0.85" of rain in 1991. And who can forget the 1991 Halloween Blizzard? This Halloween expect a passing rain shower with temperatures just cool enough to warrant a light jacket for the kids. The heavy rain of Tuesday night may be over but a series of fronts will occasionally bring the area more showers into the weekend. Expect periodic and temporary trail closures.
We've had a wet year. In the graph above the precipitation total in the Twin Cities for the 1-year period 10/19/15 - 10/18/16 has been the third wettest on record. Waseca has already set a new annual record of 50.59" for the year, according to Mark Seeley University of Minnesota Extension Climatologist . The Twin Cities could end up having one of the top 10 wettest years on record if trends continue.
And the 6-10 Day Outlook indicates a warm and wet start to November.
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