Dry weather will make a return to the Minneapolis area for the beginning of the week, providing the city a break from the stormy weather.
Highs will drop into the upper-70s for remainder of the week.
Overnight lows will hover in the high 50s to low 60s each day this week.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with highs remaining in the middle to upper-70s. A couple of thunderstorms could arise early Wednesday morning.
Times of clouds and sun are expected Thursday and mostly sunny skies are expected Friday. Highs both days will approach 80 F.
A chance for rain and thunderstorms will return into the weekend.
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