A few severe storms are possible Monday evening
Here’s your Monday evening forecast for July 10, 2023 from Minnesota’s Weather Authority and Meteorologist Wren.
** Few strong to severe storms possible this evening, mainly before sunset across southern, southeastern and east-central Minnesota into west-central Wisconsin. Risk for large hail and damaging winds are the main threats. As the cold front moving in from our north tracks southward, we’ll lose cloud cover overnight and end up with a much more comfortable day tomorrow. Humidity levels lower overnight as well, with more of northwest/northerly wind for your Tuesday forecast.
Storms chances stay in the forecast nearly every day, but we’re not looking at any washouts, and the risk for severe weather will remain low. Isolated strong storms are possible Wednesday.
Isolated Evening Strong Storms
Becoming Mostly Clear Overnight
Lowering Humidity Overnight
Winds: NW 5-15 mph
AM Mostly Sunny
PM Partly Sunny
Wind: N 5-10 mph
Partly to Mostly Cloudy
Isolated Light Showers Late
Wind: E 3-8 mph
TWIN CITIES METRO AREA OUTLOOK:
WEDNESDAY………81/64 Partly cloudy, sctd. t’storms, isolated strong storms (50%)
THURSDAY……………85/65 Partly sunny, widely scattered showers and t’storms (30%)
FRIDAY………85/65 Partly to mostly cloudy, sctd. storms (40%)
SATURDAY………83/63 Partly sunny, few spotty shower and storms (30%)
SUNDAY……83/60 Partly sunny, isolated showers and t’storms (20%)
MONDAY………81/62 Partly cloudy, isolated PM T’storms (20%)
The average low and high for the extended period is 66 and 84
Metro Area Climate Data for Tomorrow
Record High……106 set in 1936
Record Low……49 set in 1945
Sunrise Tomorrow:……5:37 a.m.
Sunset Tomorrow:……..8:59 p.m.
Meteorologist Wren Clair KSTP TV