Friday, May 1, 2009

Spring the way it was probably meant to be

Weather Headlines

* Temperatures peak in the low 60s across the metro area Friday, a couple degrees below average.
* Lingering instability may whip up more PM clouds Saturday, a passing shower or sprinkle north of Little Falls and Lake Mille Lacs.
* Mostly cloudy, blustery afternoon - winds gust over 25 mph.
* Sunday: nicer day with bright sun and light winds, highs recover into the mid 60s.
* Dry Monday, some (overly optimistic bank thermometers) may flash 70 by late afternoon!
* Good chance of showers/T-storms Tuesday, again Thursday & Friday.
* Fishing Opener for Walleye/Northern, Saturday, May 9. Wet, gray start should give way to clearing skies, rising barometer, highs in the 50s (north) to low 60s (central MN).

Paul's Outlook

Today: Mostly cloudy, windy and cool with a few sprinkles north of St. Cloud. Winds: West 10-20, gusts to 25 mph. High: near 60

Tonight: Clear to partly cloudy, not quite as chilly, winds ease up a bit. Low; 46

Sunday: Even nicer with bright sun and light winds. High: 66

Monday: Plenty of lukewarm sun. High: near 70

Tuesday: Clouds increase, few PM T-storms rumble into town. High: near 71

Wednesday: Damp start, then gradual clearing. High: 67

Thursday: Another round of showers, possible thunder. High: 68

Friday: Unsettled, a few lingering showers. High: 66

Saturday (May 9 Fishing Opener). Cloudy, damp start giving way to a partly sunny afternoon. High: 65

Sunday: Sunny start, clouds increase, showers/T-showers possible by late afternoon. High: 68

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