Cooler Weather Hangs On For 1 More Day

May 21, 2018 09:32 AM

The cooler weather is expected to continue in the Twin Cities for one more day.

KSTP Chief Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow said a high of just 68 is expected Monday. His forecast calls for mostly cloudy conditions with the chance for a few showers mixed in as well.


A little patchy fog is possible overnight with a low of 55.

But it warms up Tuesday when the high is expected to be 78 and conditions are likely to be partly-to-mostly sunny.

Barlow said it will be even warmer and more humid Wednesday when the high is expected to be 80 with the chance of a few showers or thunderstorms.

It stays much the same Thursday when the high is expected to be 82 with partial sun and scattered showers and thunderstorms possible.

Looking ahead to the Memorial Day weekend, Barlow's forecast calls for partial sunshine Friday with a high of 82 and the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms. A high of 82 is again forecast for Saturday with a few showers and thunderstorms ending toward evening.

Sunday looks like it will be partly-to-mostly sunny with a high of 80. And the early forecast for Memorial Day looks dry with a high in the 80s.


Frank Rajkowski

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