Showers won’t be as numerous on Saturday morning, but they’ll be around, especially in our South Zone.
Tonight: Chance of evening showers/storm. A summery high pressure system will elevate temperatures and humidity levels while keeping rain chances very low throughout the weekend.
But then we should dry things out pretty quickly early on Mother’s Day.
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Most Minnesotans should enjoy a lovely Mother’s Day.
A few spotty showers or t-storms are possible but we’ll be mainly dry into the afternoon.
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Friday: Partly to mostly sunny.
Tonight the low will be 45° with a continued chance of scattered light rain. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 64.
There is a chance for isolated severe thunderstorms on Monday night northwest of Tulsa, the National Weather Service said.
The chance for showers and storms will continue through the week, with another spike in temperatures through Wednesday. Warm and humid air will pump in from the Gulf of Mexico. Areas of dense fog are expected to collect in the foothills and along Interstate 25 on the ridges near Cheyenne and Monument through mid-morning. Most of the storms will be north of I-80, and some will have strong winds, hail, and heavy rain. Sunday will be mostly cloudy with isolated showers or storms as temperatures warm slightly into the lower 80s.