The Halloween Blizzard of 1991 is hard to forget. Up to 10 inches of snow fell in the metro that All Hallows Eve...but the snow didn't stop then. Snow continued through November 2 and totaled a whopping 28.4" in the Twin Cities and 36.9" in Duluth!
No blizzard déjà vu this year. Thankfully. But a mid week rain event could leave the trails a little soggy heading into the weekend. Be sure to double check the trail conditions.
Wednesday: Cloudy, rain begins in the evening. H: 55 Wind: ESE 5-10
Wednesday Night: Rain, heavy at times. Clap of thunder? L: 45
Thursday: Drizzle and snow flurries, blustery. H: 48 L: 37 Wind: W 1--15
Friday: Partly sunny, breezy. H: 49 L: 33 Wind: WNW 10-15
Saturday: Dry. Mostly sunny. H: 50 L: 35 Wind: NW 10
Sunday: Sunny, slightly warmer. H: 54 L: 38 Wind: SE 10-15
Over a half inch of rain could fall Wednesday night. The Weather Prediction Center (a branch of the National Weather Service) prints out 0.86" by the end of this week. Luckily, the wind will stay elevated through the weekend which should help to speed up the drying process...depending on leaf coverage.
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