Snowfall Potential Overnight. Here is a 15-hour (HopWRF) high-resolution, 3 km model showing a fairly sharp north-south gradient and cut-off to the significant snow tonight; the best chance of a few inches north and west of a line from Windom to St. Cloud, some 4-7" amounts over west central Minnesota.
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Heat concerns continue Sunday with feels like temps nearing 100F by the afternoon. Scattered showers and storms will also develop, some of which could be strong to severe. Check the blog for more details. -Todd Nelson
The weekend forecast looks very unsettled as multiple rounds of thunderstorms scamper across a stalled frontal boundary that will be draped across the state. Some of the storms could be strong to severe with locally heavy rainfall. I still think a BBQ or tee-time with Dad will be ok, but keep an eye/ear on your smart phone for any weather alerts. Check the blog for more detail. -Todd Nelson
This pattern reminds me of July when hot and humid weather typically bubbles up through the middle part of the country. With that said, several rounds of thunderstorms will develop on the outer periphery of the hot dome this weekend, producing strong to severe storms and very heavy rainfall (for some). Check the blog for more details. -Todd Nelson
Rumors of heat and humidity returning to a backyard near you have been circling water coolers this week. Feels like temps in the mid to upper 90s will have Dad sweating on the back nine this weekend. It'll also be quite unsettled with rounds of overnight thunderstorms rumbling across the state. A few of the storms could be strong with locally heavy rain, stay tuned! Check the blog for more details. -Todd Nelson
A pleasant Wednesday is expected in the Twin Cities, with sunny skies, lower dewpoints and highs around 80F. The weather turns stormy, though, as we head into the Father's Day weekend with several rounds of heavy rain possible. The heat will return as well, with highs near 90F expected. Click for details! - D.J. Kayser