Frost again tonight, then soaking rainfall and strong winds end of the workweek
Here’s your Tuesday evening forecast for October 10, 2023 from Minnesota’s Weather Authority and Meteorologist Wren Clair.
Dry skies hold tonight, with light and variable winds overnight. It’s another cold one with frost likely and lows in the mid to upper-30s. Tomorrow’s highs are near 60° with mostly sunny skies in the morning, then increasing cloud cover afternoon into Wednesday night.
Rain arrives Thursday first across southern Minnesota, with heavy rainfall possible for central and southern Minnesota, especially Thursday night through early Saturday morning. The southern half of Minnesota has the best chance at seeing widespread rain amounts as high as 2 or 3 inches. In the Twin Cities metro, 1 to 2 inches of rain seems likely. Isolated storms are possible.
Count on strong winds Thursday night through Saturday AM, with the strongest winds on Friday. Wind gusts by Friday could near 50 mph.
Have a wonderful night, and find some time to enjoy the pleasant fall day tomorrow!