Humid, warm end of week expected for the Twin Cities

A warm, humid and sometimes stormy end to the week is expected for the Twin Cities.

According to KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas, Wednesday night is expected to have clear skies with patchy fog and a low of 60 degrees before a warmup Thursday that will see high temperatures peak at a humid 88 degrees. Thursday night will have a low temperature of 67 degrees with some strong thunderstorms possible early Friday morning.

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Friday’s thunderstorm chance stands at 90% for the morning hours with the possibility of them being severe. The high temperature will reach 83 degrees.