Near-Perfect Summer Weather Continues Thursday; Warm Front Moving In

June 13, 2018 11:09 PM

The near-perfect summer weather will likely stick around for one more day.

But KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl said warmer temperatures are coming.


He said to expect a high of around 84 degrees Thursday with partly cloudy conditions. Though his forecast calls for the humidity to gradually increase throughout the afternoon.

A warm front will move through the state Thursday night, though. And Dahl said the high could reach 90 Friday with showers and thunderstorms arriving as well.

The high Saturday is expected to be around 93, while the high Sunday is expected to be 92.

Dahl said to expect partly cloudy conditions both days.



Frank Rajkowski

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