Storm chances remain in the forecast late Saturday night into early Sunday morning. There is a chance for strong to severe weather late this evening, but the good news is the main threat for severe weather should stay well to the west and south of the viewing area.
The main threats tonight will be heavy rainfall, strong winds, and large hail. The tornado threat does not appear to be high at this time.
Timing will be after midnight for southeastern Minnesota and northeastern Iowa. Once these storms roll through, temperatures will stay mild for Sunday. Highs will be in the upper 70s with clearing skies through the afternoon. Winds will shift to the NW around 10 mph making conditions feel excellent outside Sunday.
Highs Monday and Tuesday will sit steady in the middle and lower 80s. A frontal boundary will move through the area Tuesday afternoon and evening bringing storm chances back to the forecast for Tuesday night. Once that boundary moves through we have a really good chance at staying dry and sunny through the rest of the week.