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WEATHER FORECAST

KSTP-TV AMS CERTIFIED BROADCAST METEOROLOGIST Photo: KSTP. KSTP-TV AMS CERTIFIED BROADCAST METEOROLOGIST

7 Day Forecast 7 Day Forecast

Good Wednesday morning!

Scattered showers and thunderstorms last evening rolled across the state and in their wake, we will see some slow clearing and slightly less humidity today.

Even with all of the clouds and the limited sunshine, the Twin Cities area finally hit 80-degrees for the first time since late last September. The official maximum temperature on Tuesday was 81-degrees.

There will still be some leftover fog and clouds early today, but most of the day will turn out partly to mostly sunny and warm.

Temperatures this afternoon may touch 80-degrees one more time before a cool down for by Friday.

No more heavy showers and/or thunderstorms are in the forecast from this afternoon right through the upcoming weekend.

The weather for the rest of the week will become more comfortable and partly to mostly sunny, along with that much lower humidity!

Have a great day!

Ken

Ken Barlow is an AMS Certified Meteorologist and he has all of the latest All morning starting at 4:30 am on 5 Eyewitness News Watch our newscasts:
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