Temps will drop into the 40s mostly overnight Sunday night with near 50 degree temps in the Twin Cities. Clouds increase Monday with warmer highs in the 70s to low 80s west.
Seasonably cool Sunday night with above normal temps returning this week
It will be a cool night Sunday night, mainly in the 40s, which is pretty normal for a mid September night under clear skies.
Highs Monday will be warmer, in the 70s to low 80s with cooler readings in northeast Minnesota.
Clouds will increase with the potential for an isolated shower or two late in the day as a weak, fast moving disturbance moves through.
Temps will be even warmer Tuesday and Wednesday with widespread 80s for southern Minnesota.
Unsettled pattern potentially developing late week
As our ridge of warmth starts to break down, several disturbances will bring rain chances from late Wednesday into the weekend. There’s still a lot of uncertainty in how the pattern develops and we are in a stubborn drought, but there’s some decent rainfall potential to watch.
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