MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Clouds rise on Thursday and rain moves in later in the day. Meanwhile, Labor Day weekend weather looks calm with temperatures below average.
Meteorologist Riley O’Connor says the clouds will cool things down a bit on Thursday, and temperatures should not be much higher than low- to mid-70s. Then rain will be on and off in the afternoon, evening and into Friday morning.
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From kl. 7, showers have gradually moved into the state from the northwest.
“Not looking at any heavy rainfall out of it. Some more stable showers, some built-in thunder are possible, ”O’Connor said.
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Central areas of the state could see rain in the afternoon and eastern areas – including the twin towns – early in the evening.
The rain will continue until Friday morning as storms move east – clouds must hold.
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Saturday will be less cloudy, more sunny, dry and temperatures will reach the mid 70s. Sunday and Labor Day seem to be about the same, with the latter day being even more sunny.
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