GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — With heat and humidity in place combined with a front both to our north and one to our south brings a chance for storms and severe weather yet again.

Storms and severe weather has already begun to develop in northern Minnesota. Some development for far southern parts of the state is a possibility this evening as well.

The best chance for storms in the metro happens overnight into the early morning of Thursday. In addition to the typical threat of wind and hail during severe weather events flash flooding is a possibility. Of course this rain chance follows two previous rounds of storms that each brought flash flooding to parts of the metro.

Temps will be in the low to mid 90s tomorrow and Friday with heat indices in the 100 to 105 range in the afternoon! Cooler, drier air finally moves in this weekend. Highs will be around 80 early next week with dew points dropping into the MUCH more comfortable 50s. In fact, that drop in dew point will equate to HALF as much water in the air compared to now.

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