Consecutive days worthy of slaying dry singletrack have been hard to come by lately. While one day is dry, the next is wet.
If you haven't noticed, this spring has been unusually soggy...one of the top wettest on record in some areas. No-wake zones have been declared for the St. Croix River and Lake Minnetonka. What's even more unusual? Ice still lingers on Lake Superior!
Get your sump pumps ready. Another widespread, heavy rain event this weekend.
Friday: Sunny. Comfortable. Best day for riding. H: 74 Wind: W 2-4
Friday Night: Increasing clouds. L: 60
Saturday: Thunderstorms. H: 77 L: 64 Wind: SE 10-15
Sunday: T-storms, mainly before Noon. H: 81 L: 63 Wind: SW 10
Monday: Sunny. H: 81 L: 64 Wind: NW 5-10
Tuesday: Party sunny, isolated storms. H: 84 L: 64 Wind: SE 10
Minnesota's tornado count this year stands at 5 preliminary reports. Below is an interesting look at tornado reports based on longitude. Comes as no surprise that the majority of tornadoes occur over the Central Plains aka Tornado Alley.
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