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.


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.


Anthony Brousseau

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