Possible Heavy Rainfall Sunday Afternoon

June 24, 2018 08:26 PM

Sunday's weather will be similar to Saturday's, with sun taking over. However, that should only last until the afternoon, as KSTP Meteorologist Sam Ryan says some rainfall is expected later in the day Sunday. 

Ryan believes the Twin Cities area will remain mainly dry until late afternoon-early evening. 

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The high will be in the low 80s. Ryan said the first wave of rain will fall apart, due to the coolness in the air. After the weather heats up a bit in the afternoon, some rain should follow into the Twin Cities.

KSTP Live Radar

According to the National Weather Service, as of 1:15 p.m. severe weather could impact the following counties in Minnesota: Anoka, Ramsey, and Washington. Polk and St. Croix counties are to expect the same kind of conditions in Wisconsin.

More thunderstorms are expected to develop on Monday and Tuesday, with a heat wave right around the corner on Thursday. Highs beginning next weekend could reach the mid-to-upper 90s. 

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Tommy Wiita

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