MINNEAPOLIS — Temperatures will climb to right around average on Monday, and sunny skies and low humidity will make it a pleasant start to the work week.
Most of the state will top out in the lower 80s, including the Twin Cities at 83. A few sprinkles are possible late in the day, mostly north and east of the metro, as well as in western Wisconsin.
Storms are possible on Tuesday, with rainfall and a few rumbles of thunder likely early on. Some isolated storms are also possible in the afternoon.
Things will heat up again on Wednesday, with the Twin Cities likely to reach 90 degrees, along with a marginal risk of severe weather.
There’s a chance of more storms on Thursday.
As of now, the holiday weekend looks dry and relatively cooler, with temperatures right around average.