High pressure overhead today made for flawless conditions: temperatures in the low 80s but dew points only in the mid 50s! High pressure will remain in control tonight but will struggle to keep us dry all of Wednesday.
Showers will develop to the west but will weaken and break apart as they make their way across southeast Minnesota and northeast Iowa because of all that dry air that we have overhead. So expect very light, isolated showers Wednesday afternoon and evening.
We have a better shot for more widespread rainfall on Thursday. It looks like we have the chance to see scattered showers and storms throughout the day so more of us could see some rain, but accumulations won't do much to makeup for our rainfall shortage this month.
Temperatures will stay seasonable through the end of the week before dropping into the mid to low 70s for next week! It looks we're in for another early taste of fall!