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CURRENT CONDITIONS

Minneapolis, MN

Broken Clouds

79°F

88° | 73°

Spotty TStorms. High 88

Feels like: 82°F
Pressure: 30.01"
Wind: 0mph
Sky: Broken Clouds
Humidity: 79%
Ceiling: 25000'
Dewpoint: 72° F
Visibility: 10mi
Minneapolis, MN Hourly Forecast
2 a.m.
Mostly Clear
75°
4 a.m.
Clear
74°
6 a.m.
Mostly Sunny
72°
8 a.m.
Sunny
76°
10 a.m.
Sunny
82°
12 p.m.
Mostly Sunny
85°
2 p.m.
Mostly Sunny
87°
Minneapolis, MN Hourly Forecast
2 a.m.
Mostly Clear
75°
4 a.m.
Clear
74°
6 a.m.
Mostly Sunny
72°
8 a.m.
Sunny
76°
10 a.m.
Sunny
82°
12 p.m.
Mostly Sunny
85°
Minneapolis, MN Extended Forecast
Wednesday
Mostly cloudy
Hi: 88°
Lo: 73°
Mostly cloudy
Thursday
More sun than clouds
Hi: 92°
Lo: 74°
More sun than clouds
Friday
Mostly sunny
Hi: 94°
Lo: 75°
Mostly sunny
Saturday
Mix of sun and clouds
Hi: 93°
Lo: 74°
Mix of sun and clouds
Sunday
Times of sun and clouds
Hi: 92°
Lo: 74°
Times of sun and clouds
Monday
Afternoon thunderstorms
Hi: 90°
Lo: 72°
Afternoon thunderstorms
Tuesday
Scattered thunderstorms possible
Hi: 87°
Lo: 73°
Scattered thunderstorms possible
Minneapolis, MN Extended Forecast
Wednesday
Mostly cloudy
Hi: 88°
Lo: 73°
Mostly cloudy
Thursday
More sun than clouds
Hi: 92°
Lo: 74°
More sun than clouds
Friday
Mostly sunny
Hi: 94°
Lo: 75°
Mostly sunny
Saturday
Mix of sun and clouds
Hi: 93°
Lo: 74°
Mix of sun and clouds
Sunday
Times of sun and clouds
Hi: 92°
Lo: 74°
Times of sun and clouds
Monday
Afternoon thunderstorms
Hi: 90°
Lo: 72°
Afternoon thunderstorms
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WEATHER FORECAST

**The Weather will stay Hot and Humid through the 4th of July weekend and beyond with Thunderstorms at times and temperatures between 89 and 94 degrees during the daytime highs and 69 to 74 degrees for daytime morning lows.  Heat Index Values this week will also approach 100 degrees at times too and that will continue into next week.  Best chance for Severe T-Storms will be over northern Minnesota but stronger T-Storms possible Twin Cities late Monday into Tuesday.  We could start to see in the Twin Cities, southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin some of the Dust from the Saharan Air Layer ( SAL ) as it moves north from the Gulf of Mexico. The Dust is not Dangerous but causes Hazy Skies, Inhibits Thunderstorm Development and could cause Poor Air Quality at times. For the Twin Cities 7 Day Detailed Forecast click the link: https://kstp.com/article/13067/  Jonathan Yuhas  KSTP TV   


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