MINNEAPOLIS - Enjoy one last mostly dry, sunny day today. High clouds will be moving in during the afternoon and already tonight we'll see some showers & thunderstorms. We'll squeeze in a high near 70 this afternoon ahead of that. Winds will be southeast 5-15 mph.
Overnight tonight could be quite wet as showers & thunderstorms roll through. We'll see some lingering showers & thunder into Saturday morning and clouds hanging on pretty tough through the day. The afternoon should be mainly dry, but will be mostly overcast and that will keep temps just in the low 60s. Sunday will bring another day of a lot of clouds & mostly isolated showers/thunder with temps again only in the 60s.
Memorial day itself should again bring mostly isolated thunder, and slightly warmer temps, near 70. We'll see highs mostly in the 70s & 80s next week but at least the chance of some showers & thunderstorms almost each day in this turbulent pattern.
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