Just a few passing clouds out there today as high pressure has started to re-exert itself across the Twin States. This area of high pressure will also be with us for our Thursday, so we can expect similar conditions tomorrow.
Friday will be a day of transition as a weak cold front approaches from the north. The front will act to amplify uplift, and with all the moisture that is in place, showers and storms should form. As of now, we are not expecting anything severe, but it does look like we will see a weak squall line work through the area. The rain will arrive on Friday afternoon and depart after sunset. Rain will arrive from north to south.
Saturday will see a Great Lakes high pressure build in, ushering in much cooler and drier air (which will actually be seasonal for this time of year). Saturday is shaping up to be one of the best days we've had so far this month. Highs will only be in the upper 80s on Saturday, but we will return to the 90s on Sunday (although after a very cool morning near 60). Highs look to remain in the 90s into the middle of next week.
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