Monday starts soggy | MPR News


Showers and mild storms that sweep through Minnesota give way to afternoon sun.

Monday’s forecast

A cold front crossing the state brings showers and storms Monday morning. The front is already entering eastern Minnesota at 7 a.m., with the western edge of the state now sheltered from the rain.

6:38 am Monday radar

National Meteorological Service

As the front moves away from the state, precipitation will continue to dissipate west to east. Most of the wet weather disappears by noon, replaced by the sun as it exits the system.

In addition to the rain, the front also heralds cooler temperatures. Monday mornings are starting a fairly seasonal start, with much of the state in the 1950s. However, by the afternoon most highs will be 5-10 degrees below average, with 60 degrees in the midday. north of Minnesota and 70 degrees south.

weather chart

Monday high temperatures

National Meteorological Service

After the rains on Monday, the coming week remains mostly sunny, with little chance of precipitation.

This extended forecast will be updated around 9 a.m.

Programming instructions

You can hear my weather updates live on Minnesota Public Radio at 7:48 a.m. Monday through Friday morning.

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