MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Next week, Minnesota could be in store for a mix of severe weather and temperatures soaring past 80 degrees.
Meanwhile, it’ll be another pleasant day in the Twin Cities Thursday, but there will be some rain coming through.
Temperatures should hang right around average – the high 50s – with some patchy sunshine breaking through the clouds.
Rain can’t be ruled out in the early afternoon south of Interstate 94, including the Twin Cities. Skies will start to clear around sunset.
Friday will see a mix of sun and clouds, and the Twin Cities could see 70 degrees. It’ll be slightly warmer on Saturday, but it’s expected to be windy.
Things cool down a bit on Sunday for Mother’s Day. Rain is likely in the morning hours with dry periods throughout the day.
NEXT WEATHER: Severe Weather & 80-Degree Temps?
Then, things begin to heat up. Monday is looking to have the highest chance of severe weather, with temperatures in the mid 70s in the Twin Cities.
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Tuesday has another storm chance with 79 degrees possible. Wednesday could see isolated thunderstorms and temps that breach 80 degrees, possibly hitting 83.
Most notably, the WCCO Weather Team says it’s possible some areas of southern Minnesota could see 90-degree high temperatures on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Expect muggy conditions.
This is an extended forecast, so things can change.
Source : https://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2022/05/05/next-weather-average-temps-twin-cities-showers-south/