GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — The humidity has really ramped up and you can expect a muggy start to your Friday with patchy fog in spots and lows in the 60s in central and southern Minnesota, including the metro, and western Wisconsin. Northern Minnesota will wake up in the 50s.

Look for another warm afternoon for your Friday as high temperatures once again climb 10 to 15 degrees above average into the low to middle 80s! In addition to the warmth, clouds will slowly build during the afternoon and evening giving way to an isolated chance for an evening storm. 

Rain chances increase late Friday night into early Saturday morning and we can expect scattered showers and storms for Saturday with highs near 80 degrees. Behind the rain, breezy and slightly cooler with lower 70s for Sunday. The good news is there will be plenty of sunshine for that Vikings tailgate. 

As for next week, the dry spell continues for the most part, save for a slight chance of a storm in southern Minnesota on Tuesday and highs stick in the lower 70s to start things off and then dip into the middle 60s on Wednesday.



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