More 90-Degree Weather On the Way Friday in Twin Cities

May 25, 2018 09:28 AM

The heat continues in the Twin Cities.

KSTP Chief Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow said the high Friday is expected to be around 90 degrees, marking the second-straight day the weather will get that warm.


Thursday's high of 92 at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport marked the first time it has reached 90 degrees in the metro since Sept. 24.

Barlow said Friday will begin with partial sun, with a chance of late afternoon or evening thunderstorms developing.

More of the same is in store Saturday when Barlow said it will be sunny and hot with a high reaching 92 degrees. Sunny and hot conditions are again in the forecast for Sunday when Barlow expects a high of around 94.

And the high Monday is expected to be 91 with the chance of an isolated thunderstorm. 



Frank Rajkowski

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