Cooler Sunday with isolated showers northeast and possibly south

Updated dense fog advisory:

The Hinckley-Duluth-northwestern Wisconsin area has been dropped from the dense fog advisory. It will continue until 9 a.m. for along the North Shore.

Updated dense fog advisory
Updated dense fog advisory
Duluth National Weather Service


Otherwise, Sunday will be a mostly cloudy, cooler day behind a cold front.

Forecast weather map for Sunday
Forecast weather map for Sunday
NOAA Weather Prediction Center

Most of the state will have a dry Sunday. But there will be isolated showers in the Arrowhead. And isolated showers might pop up across southern Minnesota with afternoon heating

Afternoon high temperatures will range from the upper 60s in the northeast to mid 70s. The Twin Cities should have a high near 75—just a bit above the average high of 72. Winds will be light from the northwest.

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Then warmer

Monday and Tuesday will see a quick warmup. The Twin Cities might get to 85 on Tuesday.

Then a fall cooldown

Temperatures will turn sharply cooler after Tuesday. High temperatures around Minnesota on Thursday could be just from the mid 50s to low or mid 60s as we note the autumnal equinox.


Most of the upcoming week looks dry. The best chance of widespread rain might be around Friday-Saturday.