I'm told fatbikes only at the River Bottoms...simply too sandy for the skinnies. I plan to ride there this weekend to check out what the flooding rains of June have done to the trail. As of lately, however, soil moisture has been greatly depleted with the drier than normal conditions of July and August.
Saturday will be the day for rain this weekend. Additional rain is likely early next week.
Saturday: Isolated thundershowers. H: 85 Wind: S 2-4
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy. L: 67
Sunday: Partly sunny. H: 83 L: 66 Wind: E 4
Monday: Cloudy, thunderstorms. H: 81 L: 67 Wind: SE 7
Tuesday: Showers. H: 82 L: 64 Wind: WNW 4
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. Dry. H: 83 L: 66 Wind: SE 2-4
Outer Space vs Our Ocean: Here's a sobering statistic, the government funding difference between NASA and NOAA (National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration) is 150-to-1. One reason why? While we can look up at the stars from anywhere on Earth, we remain completely disconnected to the deep sea life.
What's even more fascinating are the immense benefits we could receive by studying the oceans.
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