MINNESOTA, USA — Grab the umbrella before heading out of the door. Showers will develop today, especially by afternoon and evening hours turning widespread by tonight. High temperatures will be in the 50s.
Tonight if you are out and about, prepare for rain. Steady rain will last through the majority of the night ahead with temperatures mainly in the 40s.
Showers will slowly decrease on Thursday. Temperatures don't move much.
This is the rain that we needed all throughout the summer. Today we'll have a typical fall rain event that we would have seen in April or June.
Don’t get me wrong, we'll take it, I mean the ground is not frozen, the trees and shrubs need it before the winter and it is happening midweek which is also a bonus. Widespread areas of the state will get over 1” of rain Wednesday through Thursday, then the winds will diminish.
The sun will return on Friday with seasonal highs in the mid 50s. The weekend is looking dry but turning colder.
Saturday will be the nicest day with highs in the mid 50s and by Sunday a front will sweep through overnight and chill us down into the 40s for Halloween with partly cloudy skies.
Next week looks sunny, dry with highs continuing in the mid 40s.
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