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Whether or not we'll see rain with the front coming through Wednesday night and Thursday is still in question, but one thing we are confident in is the front will FINALLY break our current heat wave. Yes those are shades of blue on the 6-10 temperature outlook! #mnwx #wiwx
Our run of above-normal temperatures comes to an end just in time for the weekend. After our best chance of precipitation this week, (Wed night-Thu night), near normal temperatures are expected for Friday through the weekend. #mnwx #wiwx
@thedreamjunkie There will be 0 chance of a soaking rain. This is once again thunderstorm driven, so either we will see a storm and 1/4-1/2 inch of rain, or nothing at all. Nothing at all is appearing far more likely at this time.
Scattered thunderstorms remain possible this evening. A few storms could produce damaging winds and large hail. Tomorrow's severe weather threat continues to be contingent on how tonight's develops and evolves. Otherwise, the next chance of precipitation is on Sunday. #mnwx #wiwx
Something nearly as rare as this record-breaking heat; an all-female forecast team this evening! This hasn't happened at NWS Twin Cities since before YouTube was around! #NWSWomen #WomenInScience #WomenofNOAA
We just rose above freezing for the first time since Feb 4th! It is more than 50 degrees warmer than it was about a week ago.
On this date in 2010, a historic tornado outbreak occurred, with 74 tornadoes across the Northern Plains. Of those tornadoes, 48 were in MN. 3 people were killed & 45 injured in MN. We will be re-enacting the events of this day as they unfolded. Stay tuned… #mnwx