We have yet to see any rainfall for the month of June, and Rochester is currently over an inch and a half drier than normal so far this month. Thankfully, we have a shot at seeing some rain tomorrow, but coverage is looking isolated.
A frontal boundary will sweep across the Plains this evening and through the night, approaching western Minnesota by early morning. The boundary will begin to weaken as it pushes through Minnesota and Iowa, leaving us with only a few showers and storms during the afternoon.
Even though it won't bring much in the way of rainfall, the front will cool our temps and bring in drier air to lower our dew points. That will make for much more comfortable conditions for Saturday, with high temperatures in the mid-80s.
Temperatures will continue to be above average next week, but slightly cooler than what we've seen in the past few days. We'll stick with a dry weather pattern for much of the week, hopefully, some rain will arrive for the second half of the month!