Wren Clair is forecasting severe storms Saturday and a string of 90s ahead

Your Thursday is sunnier and warmer than the last three days. High temperatures reach into the mid-80s, with mostly to partly sunny skies. We keep the slight chance for an afternoon shower, but the potential for rain is much lower than the last three days.

Isolate storms returned tomorrow PM, mainly Up North. Saturday brings the risk for scattered severe storms which are possible across the state of Minnesota into western Wisconsin.

Saturday and Sunday will be mainly sunny, but with the heat and humidity and storms in the forecast, you’ll want to plan on having some indoor activities.

Expect the heat index to reach the 90’s to near 100 over the weekend and again on Monday.

It’s been 285 days since we last hit 90-degees.

Our first 90-degree temperature of the year is on the way for the weekend.

Right now it looks like a cool-down arrives by the middle of next week, with lower humidity levels as well.

Have a great day, and plan ahead for the heat on the way (for you, your loved ones and your pets).