MINNEAPOLIS - Skies will remain mostly cloudy tonight. However, rain is not expected. Temperatures are going to fall into the lower 50s with southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph.
Look for more clouds than sunshine Sunday. An all-day washout is not expected, but the chance of showers and storms exists throughout the day. The best chance of rain is in southern Minnesota. Afternoon temps will reach the middle with southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph.
The chance for showers and storms continues through next week, although we will have more sun than this weekend, and warmer temperatures. Highs near 80 are possible Tuesday through midweek. Current models predict Tuesday as the wettest of the week days and Wednesday as the warmest and driest.
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