Storms Continue Overnight, Into Friday Morning

July 12, 2018 09:30 PM

The Twin Cities isn't quite done with thunderstorms yet.

KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl said the area could see more storms overnight and into Friday morning.

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KSTP Interactive Radar

After the rain moves out, it will warm up, with a high of 84 expected during the day Friday.

The Twin Cities isn't the only storm-soaked area prepping for more rain. Southeastern and southwestern Minnesota will see more precipitation Friday morning. 

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After a couple of rainy days, Saturday will be mostly dry. Dahl said it will be the best day of the weekend, with a high of 85 and just a chance for thunderstorms late.

Sunday will see scattered showers and a high of 86.

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Anthony Brousseau

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