After a weekend of fall biking at its finest, our trails get ready for a heavy rain beating Monday through Wednesday of next week. Much cooler (highs in the 50s) conditions linger through next week.
Monday: Rain begins to increase throughout afternoon. H: 59° Wind: E 10
Monday Night: Rain showers. L: 45° Wind: SE 5
Tuesday: Rain continues, breezy. H: 55° L: 41° Wind: NW 10-15
Wednesday: Rain ends during the morning. H: 56° L: 40° Wind: SW 5-10
Thursday: Partly cloudy, seasonably cool. H: 58° L: 40° Wind: WNW 10
Friday: Partly sunny, dry. H: 57° L: 37° Wind: NW 10-15
Over 2 inches of rain is likely across southwestern Minnesota Monday-Wednesday. The metro will likely pick up on an inch or less. Snow melt and heavy rain over western South Dakota will likely result in flooding.
Usually when Alaska is warm, Minnesota is cold. The 8-14 Day Temperature Outlook shows the Midwest experiencing cooler than average conditions October 19-25. This cooler weather will likely linger into the MN High School Mountain Bike League Season Championship!
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