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


MINNEAPOLIS - The clouds have filled in and thunder is rumbling southwest of the metro. The west metro in particular has a chance of evening showers but the system as a whole is diving more south rather than pushing east. What this means for us is that most of the rain will stay west of the metro.

We quiet down for a bit overnight with lows in the 60s before the second and more robust set of storms roll across the state. Late overnight storms develop once again and we can expect them to move through the Twin Cities right in time for our Friday morning commute. Clouds should then partially clear by midday before temps head to near 80. There's a small chance for some afternoon sprinkles.

Saturday is hot and sunny with temperature sun the upper 80s to near 90 degrees. Other than a small chance of isolated thunder on Sunday the rest of the 7 day forecast looks a little cooler and very sunny!

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