Minnesota Weather Update: Thunderstorms Likely Mid-Week in Twin Cities


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Twin Cities, MN – The National Weather Service has forecasted a significant shift in the weather for the Twin Cities area this week, bringing summer-like temperatures and potential thunderstorms.

According to the National Weather Service, temperatures are expected to reach the mid-80s by mid-week, accompanied by muggy dew points. This shift towards warmer, more humid conditions marks a departure from the milder weather seen recently. Residents should prepare for rain showers on Tuesday morning, which will set the stage for a potentially stormy week.

The forecast indicates that thunderstorms are likely to develop on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. These storms could bring heavy rain and localized flooding, particularly in low-lying areas. The likelihood of thunderstorms will persist into the weekend, prompting residents to stay informed about changing weather conditions.


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