The sun. A big ball of fire 93 million miles above Lebanon Hills. Who knew, right? A completely sunny day has only occurred 8 times since the beginning of April!
A typical June is marked by long days and high sun elevation. However, a typical cool June is one with stubborn cloudiness like the kind we've had for what seems like an eternity.
Okay, don't hate me. But the weekend will be cloudy, cool...and damp. Thunderstorms with a marginal severe threat will develop Saturday afternoon. Conditions begin to warm up next week (yes!)...but with another chance of rain by midweek (booo).
Saturday: Thunder threat increasing. H: 71Wind: SE 10-15
Saturday Night: Heavy downpours at times. Windy L: 58 Wind: 10-15 G 25
Sunday: Rain early, mostly cloudy. H: 70 L: 55 Wind: S 5-10
Monday: Cloudy, sprinkles. H: 72 L: 57 Wind: NNW 5-10
Tuesday: Cloudy. H: 78 L: 63 Wind: E 2-4
Wednesday: Thunderstorms. H: 80 L: 63 Wind: NE 2
Note: High humidity levels won't permit trail drying. Be sure to check the latest trail conditions before heading out on your mtn bike.
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