Clouds, rain to return after sunny Sunday

Updated: October 19, 2019 10:35 PM

If you're partial to the sunshine and warmth we've been having, you'll want to get outside for more of the same tomorrow.

KSTP Meteorologist Nicole Mitchell said sunny skies will give way to clouds as the day goes on Sunday, leaving a chance for rain at night. Overall, there will be plenty of sunshine with temperatures hanging around the low 60s.


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The Twin Cities might see rain Monday into Tuesday, including some isolated storms. Expect lots of wind in particular on Tuesday.

The window of warmer temperatures we've been enjoying will dissipate into some chillier temps as the week goes on. Highs are expected to be in the mid-40s for a good portion of the week, and there is a possibility we see some light snow on Wednesday and Thursday when temperatures drop into the mid- to low-30s.

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Kyle Brown

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