Daytime remains fairly dry but still dealing with the humidity

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Mostly dry…

A low level jet is ejecting showers and thunderstorms through Minnesota this morning. These showers will dissolve through sunrise with the lack of energy, although a few showers may be possible for southeastern Minnesota & north of i-90 through mid-morning. Then the daytime forecast will be dry, warm, and humid but hold more cloud cover than the last few days.

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Mostly dry through the afternoon then storms overnight

Rainy weather tonight…

Tonight a cold front will initiate showers and thunderstorms once again. This time the storms will sweep through the area overnight. Flooding may be a possibility, as there could be times of heavy rainfall. Good note is that it’s been a few days since the last rainfall and models show a quick moving system.

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Rain chance will remain mainly overnight into tomorrow morning commute

More storm…

Isolated showers and thunderstorms will be possible through Friday; nothing very organized seems to want to develop. Keeping an umbrella handy would be a good idea. Then come Saturday a more likely chance for storms becomes possible. No storms trending to be severe as of this morning.

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Muggy with storm chances through Saturday then fall like weather finally returns

Fall returns…

Sunday a cold front will slowly slide across the area, a few showers could be possible. The cold front will bring temperatures back to fall like in the 70s and dew points drop. It also is trending to be drier and calmer to start the work week.

Follow the forecast on WXOW; on our newscasts, online on our website, https://wxow.com/weather, and by using our WXOW Weather App!

-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa Triplett

Alyssa Triplett

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