Upper wave brings showers early Tuesday
Wet AM drive in the metro Tuesday
.36″ NAM Model precip output Tuesday
50s return cool week ahead
Saturday rain tracking 1st strong low pressure system in months this weekend
MAX/MIN TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
734 PM CDT MON OCT 8 2012
MAX MIN SNOW SNOW
LOCATION TEMP TEMP PCPN FALL DEPTH
DLH : DULUTH MN : 47 / 36 / 0.10/ 0.0/ 0
INL : INTERNATIONAL FALLS MN : 42 / 34 / 0.19/ 0.0/ 0
MSP : MINNEAPOLIS MN : 64 / 39 / T / 0.0/ 0
RST : ROCHESTER MN : 68 / 38 / T / 0.0/ 0
STC : ST CLOUD MN : 61 / 28 / T / 0.0/ 0
AXN : ALEXANDRIA MN : 59 / 39 / T
GNA : GRAND MARAIS MN : 48 / 35 / 0.18
HIB : HIBBING MN : 45 / 25 / 0.18
RWF : REDWOOD FALLS MN : 68 / 37 / T
Source: Twin Cities NWS
MSP Quick look forecast:
Two rain chances?
This is something new. Not one, but two potential shots of rain in the next few days?
The NAM is printing out temps mariginally cold enough for at least a chance of snow early Tuesday morning. Some wet snow flakes can’t be ruled out.
Saturday’s system looks impressive, and has at least the chance to produce a widespread, meaningful, soaking rain for much of Minnesota.
Source” NOAA GFS via College of DuPage