Scattered Showers, Cooler Start to the Week

August 20, 2018 06:11 AM

Showers and some thunder Monday are expected to lead into cooler weather at the start of the week.

KSTP Chief Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow said cooler air is expected to move south out of Canada early this week, pushing temperatures down into the 70s.


Barlow said to expect scattered showers throughout the day Monday.

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Tuesday is expected to be mild, with temperatures in the 70s. Wednesday is expected to be sunny, with an increase in temperatures and a high in the 80s.


Rebecca Omastiak

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