Cool temperatures this morning have combined with bright sunshine to start your Thursday. Overnight minimum temperatures slipped into the twenties in the favored lower spots in northeast Minnesota. Look for highs to top out in the upper 50s and 60s later this afternoon.
As a reminder, despite the coolness, the sun’s rays are strong. Here’s a look at the UV Index for potential sunburn for today. Sun screen is recommeded if you are outdoors today.
Dry weather will last through Thursday night before a swath of moisture sweeps west to east across the state on Friday. Friday evening’s travel looks to be showery.
There may be a break in the rain on Saturday that allows for some outdoor activities before more showers develop Saturday afternoon and evening.
One computer model run from last evening paints this area of rain for Saturday evening.
Severe storms are possible again today to our east. The atmosphere settles down across much of the country for the Memorial Holiday weekend.
Over eighty tornadoes were reported yesterday, including two in California.