Mid level steering currents (black lines) indicate a west to east flow over Minnesota. Embedded within this westerly flow aloft will be cold pockets of air/mini low pressures (yellow & red blobs) capable of producing rain over the area from time to time. Subtle ridging (black lines bulging north) allows warm and slightly humid air to remain across the Midwest. This pattern stands to continue into Labor Day making for a dicey forecast over the holiday weekend.
September is known for being a changeable month as cold front this time of year can mean business. Looking ahead, however, summer warmth holds on strong through the first full week of September. No signs of a serious cold front anytime soon.
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