It’ll be a cool, breezy Tuesday with highs mainly in the 50s. Overnight lows will dip into the 20s in northeastern Minnesota and widespread 30s farther south. A warmup then commences with 70s returning by Friday. The very dry weather continues as well.
Watch for frost Tuesday night into Wednesday
It was a cold morning early Tuesday across northern Minnesota. Cook dipped to 28 degrees early Tuesday morning. Hibbing was 30 along with Orr and Aitkin. Bemidji bottomed out at 29. Many other spots were at the 32 degree mark.
It’ll be a cool, breezy Tuesday with lots of sunshine. Highs will only be in the 50s for most.
A cool Tuesday with calm winds and clear skies will set us up for an even colder night. Temps will dip to frosty levels for many areas outside of the Twin Cities with more 20s in northeastern Minnesota.
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A warmup is already on the way, however, with highs in the 70s across southern Minnesota by Friday.
Friday is the last day of September and there’s no rain in sight so it’s likely this will go down as the driest September on record according to the National Weather Service.
The very warm and dry September also has an impact on fall colors. This year is quite a bit behind the last two years.
Hurricane Ian is still on track to strike the west coast of Florida sometime on Wednesday as a major hurricane.
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