MINNEAPOLIS - Showers look like they will wrap up Friday early and push to our east during the day along with the cut-off Low. Their is a chance of a lingering stray showers or isolated thundershower Friday but otherwise count on mainly cloudy skies with temperatures back in the low 70s. The record for Friday looks to be out of reach at 83 degrees, but we will still be sitting at 25 degrees above normal high.
Clouds will clear on Saturday with another warm, muggy day on tap. Sunday looks a little cooler, less humid, and sunny.
The stormy, warm pattern continues early next week with thunderstorms back in the forecast on Monday night into Tuesday.
Temperatures do tumble a bit by Thursday when the high looks like it will reach the low 50s. That will surprisingly only be three degrees above normal as we wrap up the month of March.
Quite a month!
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