Mostly nice and sunny weekend, storms possible early Sunday

Updated: August 16, 2019 10:24 PM

It's looking like we're in store more more great weather this weekend.

KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl said Saturday looks like the pick of the weekend. Temperatures Saturday will reach the low to mid-80s, but another cool front is expected to make its way over the state late Saturday night. That will likely lead to some showers and thunderstorms early Sunday.


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Dahl said a few of the storms Sunday morning could be strong, but the best chance for severe weather looks like it'll stay in southwestern Minnesota.

After the storms and clouds move out Sunday morning, the rest of the day looks to be great, with temps around 80 and more sunshine.

Looking into next week, early forecasts show plenty of sunshine and temps moving down into the mid-70s later in the week.

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