A humid Sunday, with periods of showers and t-storms

Severe weather is possible

Have a “plan B” for your Sunday/Sunday evening outdoor activities. You may have to scoot indoors at times due to rain, lightning and strong winds.

Minnesota and western Wisconsin will have periods of showers and thunderstorms this Sunday/Sunday evening and Sunday night. A few severe thunderstorms will be possible, and some areas will see heavy rain at times.

The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center shows a slight risk of severe weather (shaded yellow) for Minnesota and Wisconsin Sunday and Sunday night:

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Severe weather outlook Sunday and Sunday night
NWS Storm Prediction Center

Slight risk means that scattered severe thunderstorms are possible:

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Severe weather risk categories
NWS Storm Prediction Center

The Storm Prediction Center will update the Sunday severe weather outlook several times today.

Here’s the Twin Cities NWS depiction of the severe weather potential:

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Sunday severe weather risk
National Weather Service

You can hear updated weather information on the MPR network, and you’ll see updated weather info on the MPR News live weather blog.

Steamy

Sunday will feature summery temps and dew points in the 70s in most areas.

Sunday highs are mostly in the 80s:

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Sunday forecast highs
National Weather Service

Parts of northeastern Minnesota will have highs in the 70s.

Dew points in the steamy 70s are expected to linger in central and southern Minnesota plus western Wisconsin:

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Sunday 1 p.m. forecast dew points
National Weather Service

This Updraft blog will be updated by around 10 a.m. with updated info on your Sunday weather and a look at the week ahead.

Programming note

You can hear my live weather updates on MPR News at 7:35 a.m., 9:35 a.m. and 4:35 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday.

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