Web cam shows Duluth Harbor shrouded in low clouds Wednesday morning.
The weather maps are looking a little more like late June the next few days.
A batch of low clouds and fog from the metro north and east this morning should burn off as the day wears on giving way to increasing sunshine this afternoon. That should allow temps to warm to near 80 for much of southern Minnesota today.
Sunshine graces MNDOT webcam in Chaska in the southwest metro today.
All eyes shift to the west on Thursday. A 1-2 punch will feature a warm front pushing through around lunchtime. That front may feature a batch of showers and T-Storms, especially north and west of the metro.
After the front slides through, we should bust out into a warm and humid air mass Thursday afternoon. If we get enough sun, temperature could apprach 90 degrees by late Thursday afternoon.
Part 2 of our 1-2 punch comes in the form of a cool front Thursday night. This front will likely trigger a line of showers and thunderstorms, and some could be severe Thursday night. Keep an eye on the sky tomorrow, especially Thursday evening as storms race form west to east.
SPC highlights severe risk Thursday.
Friday will bring a drop in humidity, and the weekend looks mostly nice, with just a slight chance of a stray T-Storm, especially in southern Minnesota by late Sunday.