Slightly Cooler, Less Humid Air Moving Through Monday

July 15, 2018 11:11 PM

A cold front is making its way through the state, bringing slightly cooler and less humid air Monday and Tuesday, according to KSTP meteorologist Nicole Mitchell.

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Nicole said the cold front would not bring a lot of moisture with it, so it will be a very comfortable start to the work week. 

Sunday's overnight temperatures will be in the mid-60s. Monday's high will be 84, and noticeably cooler with the drop in humidity. 

Monday will feature plenty of sunshine and clear skies during the day. In fact, Mitchell says there won't be a chance for showers and storms until Wednesday afternoon. Wednesday through Friday could have chances for rain, but Thursday has the best chance for storms. Cloud cover and rain could drop temperatures to the low 70s. 

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Tommy Wiita

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