Scattered thundershowers will pop up Wednesday afternoon in northern and central Minnesota. It will also be warmer Wednesday in the 70s and 60s.
Chance of thunderstorms late Wednesday and Thursday
It will be a little warmer again Wednesday with increasing dew points.
A quick-moving disturbance along the Minnesota/Canada border will combine with daytime heating and moisture to produce scattered thunderstorms in central and northern Minnesota.
Another risk of thunderstorms exists Thursday. A slight risk of severe weather is possible for much of the southern half of Minnesota.
A cool weekend after the storms
After the thunderstorm risk Thursday night, temperatures are cooling off for the weekend with highs in the 50s and 60s south but only 40s in northern Minnesota. Many areas in northern Minnesota will see frosty conditions Friday and Saturday nights.
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