Minnesota Weather: Breezy Conditions and Cooler Temperatures Ahead


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Minneapolis, MN – Breezy conditions and cooler temperatures are expected in the Twin Cities over the next few days, according to the US National Weather Service Twin Cities Minnesota. Today, residents will experience highs ranging from the mid-60s in the east to mid-70s in the west, with gusty northwest winds adding a brisk feel to the air. Overnight lows are forecasted to drop into the upper 40s, leading into clear skies by Friday.

Friday’s weather will bring mostly sunny conditions with a high of 75 to 80 degrees, but scattered showers are possible overnight. The cooler trend continues into Saturday with isolated showers expected early in the day, followed by partly cloudy skies and temperatures ranging from 70 to 75 degrees.

According to the weather service, Sunday will see partly cloudy skies and cooler temperatures, with highs between 68 and 73 degrees. Winds will continue to be a factor throughout the weekend, particularly on Thursday and Friday, as breezy northwest winds maintain their presence.

Residents are advised to prepare for the fluctuating weather conditions, ensuring they stay informed and make necessary adjustments to their plans. The cool and breezy weather marks a notable shift from the warmer temperatures experienced in previous weeks.


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