Chalk up another glorious weekend in Minnesota.
Our weather pattern across the Upper Midwest is stuck in bliss mode for now. The same hemispheric blocking pattern that has stalled weather systems across North America continues to bring sunshine and easterly winds under the back edge of cool Canadian high pressure this weekend. The large high centered over Hudson Bay is keeping rain systems stalled over the east coast and Rockies, with Minnesota in between.
Here’s the breakdown for the next week. More sunny days and a gradual warming trend next week. The next hint if rain hold off until at least Wednesday.
Joaquin spares east coast
The east coast can breathe a sigh of relief from a direct hit from Joaquin as he steers east this weekend.
However, a stalled frontal system separate from Joaquin still brings heavy rains, and potential flooding for the Carolinas and mid-Atlantic this weekend.