Minneapolis will narrowly miss the worst of a blizzard set to close out March across the northern Plains.
The blizzard will unfold across South Dakota, southern North Dakota and western Minnesota on Monday.
The storm will then track northeastward to central Ontario Monday night through Tuesday, weakening some and causing the blizzard conditions to wane.
Northern Minnesota, however, will still be subject to heavy snow that will accumulate a foot or more.
The track of the storm will allow Minneapolis to escape the worst of the blizzard and the heaviest snow, but the city may still face slick travel Monday night as some snow rotates through and temperatures plummet below freezing.
Snow amounts in Minneapolis will be on the order of a coating to an inch.
Preceding the snow Monday night with be some rain during the daylight hours and temperatures rising well in to the 50s.
The combination of excessive heat and dry thunderstorms in many areas will add to the wildfire threat in the western part of United States and Canada through much of July.
A pair of disturbances tracking eastward from the Plains will bring bouts of showers and thunderstorms to the East through the rest of the week.
Umbrellas and raincoats will be put to good use across the Midwest this week as a stormy weather pattern sets up over the region.
The heat wave that started across Spain and Portugal, will spread across much of Europe this week with some of the hottest conditions of the year.
The last major eruption of Mount Hakone occurred around 2,900 years ago, according to the Global Volcanism Project at the Smithsonian Institution.
Boston, MA (1999)
No measurable rain the entire month of June (normal is 3.09").
Tropical Rains caused flooding. The cloud bursts were generated by the combination of Tropical Cyclone 04B, which made landfall in the eastern state of Orissa the morning of the 29th. In Raipur, 16 inches poured down from evening of the 28th to the morning of the 30th. In Bombay, 10 inches of rain fell in just 9 hours on the 30th; total rainfall from the 28th to the 30th was just over 20 inches.
Flooding rainfall continued. Near Olpe, 4.78 fell in 24 hours, causing major flooding. Dexter was completely cut off by flooding, with roadways in and out of town unpassable. Near Williamsburg, 17.25 inches of rain fell over the past 3 days. As of the 30th, Welda's total rainfall for June was about 20 inches.