Sunday, October 4, 2009
Next Mid-Latitude Cyclone barrels through
Monday's weathermap at 7pm Tuesday
Accumulated rain potential through 7pm Wednesday - notice the maximum just east of the Twin Cities of 1.56"
Fall-like Weather Continues
I've been asked by many people now if the cool weather will continue or if there is an Indian Summer on the horizon... Looking ahead, temperatures continue to remain well below average through the next 7 days. Unfortunately, I don't see any major warm-ups or last blasts of summer any time soon. It may be awhile before you can dawn the short shorts and the boat cruising clothes.
Todd's Outlook for the Twin Cities
Monday: More clouds, showers arrive by midday. High: 52
Tonight: Scattered rain showers likely, heavy rain possible. Low: 43
Tuesday: Showers taper by afternoon, cloudy and cool. High: 52
Wednesday: More clouds than sun, risk of a shower or sprinkle early. High: 59
Thursday: Milder with more sun, closer to "average". High: 56
Friday: Mix of clouds and sun with a cooler breeze. High: 52
Saturday: Partly sunny and cool. High: 50
Sunday: Partly cloudy and chilly... a touch of late fall in the air. High: 50