One other spherical of showers and storms is poised to maneuver throughout Minnesota, however with much less excessive rainfall totals than latest storms. Scorching and humid climate carries us nicely into the beginning of July.
Each of our previous two overnights introduced lingering storms which produced areas of file rainfalls and flooding.
That extreme rainfall menace has ended, however all of the moisture led to dew factors within the 70s Tuesday and uncomfortably excessive humidity.
Extra storms transfer in
Now, extra storms are transferring into western Minnesota by late Tuesday evening, then spreading throughout the state Wednesday. The storms will likely be extra widespread Tuesday evening, then change into spottier throughout Wednesday as they head east. The storm system can also deliver some extreme climate to the western fringe of the state late Tuesday and remoted sturdy storms by way of central Minnesota Wednesday.
In contrast to the acute rainfall Minnesota noticed the previous two days, these storms are related to a chilly entrance sweeping throughout the state which is able to hold storms transferring and reduce any probabilities for extreme rainfall. Most rain totals by way of Wednesday will likely be underneath a half inch and even much less in most of japanese Minnesota.
After the system strikes out late Wednesday, the climate sample turns quieter, with solely spotty probabilities for showers and storms by way of Saturday.
An prolonged interval of warmth
The chilly entrance and clouds Wednesday solely cool temperatures barely, with highs largely within the 80s. By Thursday, underneath largely sunny skies, a lot of the state makes it again into the 90s, then the whole subsequent week stays within the 80s and 90s throughout most of Minnesota.
Humidity ranges additionally stay excessive, so the warmth index will attain close to and probably surpass 100 levels at instances. Even the overnights stay very delicate, with lows within the 60s and 70s.
You may hear my reside climate updates on Minnesota Public Radio at 7:48 a.m. Monday by way of Friday morning.