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


MINNEAPOLIS - Mainly northeast and east of the Twin Cities we will be watching a few pop up storms this evening. Action will be very isolated and most of us will stay dry with partly cloudy skies overhead. Temperatures tonight drop into the low 60s.

Tomorrow is a similar set up. Sunshine turns into a partly cloudy afternoon with the small possibility of an isolated storm. Seasonable temperatures head into the low to middle 80s.

Saturday is a bit warmer with sunshine before another very small chance of an isolated storm creeps in Sunday. Weekend highs will soar to the middle to upper 80s. Overall, a great weekend ahead!

All that before a better chance or rain moves in Monday overnight through Thursday when scattered to widespread showers and thunderstorms push through the Upper Midwest. There is the potential for soaking rains with this system that could bring our crispy lawns back to life!

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