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Minneapolis, MN
73° 74° / 54°
Current Condition
Monday...Periods of rain, some heavy, and a thunderstorm into the early afternoon; cooler; watch for flooding. High 74 F. Winds WNW at 11 mph. 3-Day Outlook
RealFeel™
78°
Dewpoint
70
Sunrise
5:33AM
Wind
5.8 WNW
Humidity
90%
Sunset
9:02PM
  • 11:00 AM rain 70° Rain
  • 12:00 PM cloudy 68° Cloudy
  • 1:00 PM rain 66° Rain
  • 2:00 PM rain 66° Rain
  • 3:00 PM rain 66° Rain
  • 4:00 PM cloudy 67° Cloudy
  • 5:00 PM mostly-cloudy 67° Mostly cloudy
  • 6:00 PM mostly-cloudy 67° Mostly cloudy
  • 7:00 PM partly-cloudy 67° Intermittent clouds
  • 8:00 PM partly-cloudy 65° Partly sunny
  • 9:00 PM clear 63° Mostly sunny
  • 10:00 PM n_partly-cloudy 62° Mostly clear
  • 11:00 PM n_partly-cloudy 61° Mostly clear
  • 12:00 AM n_partly-cloudy 60° Mostly clear
  • 1:00 AM n_partly-cloudy 59° Mostly clear
  • 2:00 AM n_clear 58° Clear
  • 3:00 AM n_clear 57° Clear
  • 4:00 AM n_clear 56° Clear
  • 5:00 AM n_clear 55° Clear
  • 6:00 AM clear 54° Sunny
  • 7:00 AM clear 55° Mostly sunny
  • 8:00 AM clear 57° Sunny
  • 9:00 AM clear 59° Sunny
  • 10:00 AM clear 62° Sunny
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  • Mon 07/06 rain 72°/54° Rain Precip chance: 65% Wind: 10.4 WNW
  • Tue 07/07 clear 73°/55° Mostly sunny Precip chance: 2% Wind: 8.1 NNE
  • Wed 07/08 partly-cloudy 75°/60° Intermittent clouds Precip chance: 13% Wind: 6.9 SSE
  • Thu 07/09 partly-cloudy 79°/61° Partly sunny Precip chance: 7% Wind: 5.8 SSW
  • Fri 07/10 clear 80°/69° Mostly sunny Precip chance: 55% Wind: 9.2 SSE
  • Sat 07/11 partly-cloudy 86°/72° Intermittent clouds Precip chance: 21% Wind: 10.4 S
  • Sun 07/12 partly-cloudy 87°/65° Partly sunny Precip chance: 25% Wind: 9.2 WSW
  • Mon 07/13 clear 79°/64° Sunny Precip chance: 9% Wind: 8.1 NNE
  • Tue 07/14 clear 82°/68° Sunny Precip chance: 0% Wind: 6.9 E
  • Wed 07/15 mostly-cloudy 85°/63° Mostly cloudy Precip chance: 25% Wind: 6.9 S
  • Thu 07/16 partly-cloudy 84°/61° Partly sunny Precip chance: 30% Wind: 9.2 N
  • Fri 07/17 mostly-cloudy 85°/64° Mostly cloudy Precip chance: 2% Wind: 10.4 N
  • Sat 07/18 cloudy 84°/67° Cloudy Precip chance: 30% Wind: 4.6 N
  • Sun 07/19 mostly-cloudy 85°/66° Mostly cloudy Precip chance: 25% Wind: 3.5 N
  • Mon 07/20 cloudy 80°/69° Cloudy Precip chance: 25% Wind: 4.6 N
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Monday Becomes the Wettest Day of 2015; Slow PM Clearing

Paul Douglas on Weather Logo Through 8AM, the Minneapolis airport tallied 2.70" of rain today alone making it the wettest day of 2015 so far. We have also set a new daily rainfall record beating the previous 2.32" set in 1883. Slow PM clearing is expected with cooler, drier and less muggy conditions by Tuesday. Check the blog for ...

Morning forecast: When will the heavy rain subside?

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