A low-pressure system currently sitting to the west of southeastern Minnesota is energizing isolated storms and scattered showers throughout the central Mid-West. In our area, there is a possibility for some scattered storms and showers throughout the evening into later overnight hours. Temperatures this afternoon reached into the 80s, and overnight lows will be dropping into the upper 50’s.
There will be leftover moisture associated with this system tomorrow morning. With that extra moisture still remaining in southeastern Minnesota, lingering showers are possible mainly before 8 o’clock in the morning. There will be mostly cloudy skies with highs in the lower 70’s for the rest of the day.
For the rest of the workweek, there will be more sunshine as well as temperatures inching up into the upper 70’s. Thursday there will be a lot of sunshine and dry conditions. As for Friday, there is a slight chance for scattered showers in the afternoon with partly cloudy skies.
This weekend temperatures continue to increase right around average for this time of year sitting in the lower 80’s. Another system passes through this weekend that has the possibility to spark some afternoon or evening storms both Saturday an Sunday. There is a slightly higher chance for scattered showers on Saturday, but both days will mainly be dry.
Next week starts off on the right foot with temperatures in the lower 80’s and partly cloudy skies.