Minneapolis/St. Paul forecast from the KARE 11 weather team.


MINNEAPOLIS - Temperatures stay mild in the low 40s overnight for a nice start to our Saturday tomorrow. Partly to mostly cloudy skies overnight will also hold on through tomorrow morning before showers and even some thundershowers will develop tomorrow afternoon. Expect them to pop across central Minnesota and then push down through the Twin Cities later in the day. Despite the rain, temperatures climb to the middle to upper 60s. 70s are expected across southern Minnesota and perhaps even in the southern metro.

The rain pushes south tomorrow overnight but clouds could linger into early Easter Sunday before clearing out for Sunday afternoon. Highs on Sunday look to reach 70 degrees, making for a great day to spend hunting for eggs outdoors.

The overall temperatures trend is warmer than average through next week. The weather is quiet Monday and Tuesday but another shot at showers and some thunderstorms develops late Wednesday through Friday.

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