Rainy Week Ahead of Weekend Cooldown in Minneapolis

By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
April 22, 2014; 2:42 AM ET
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Despite a dry Tuesday, Minneapolis will see multiple chances of rain through the second half of the week.

After a mild Monday, the temperatures will receive a glancing blow on Tuesday, dropping into the low 60s which is right around the normal temperature of 61 F for this time of year.

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There is a chance of rain and thunderstorms late Tuesday night into Thursday, with the better chance of precipitation on Thursday.

Any storm has the potential to disrupt outdoor activities. Motorists need to be aware of high water on highways, and golfers and other sporting enthusiasts should exit golf courses and playing fields when thunder is heard.

Behind the storm system, it will turn cooler for the weekend with highs in the mid- to upper 50s.


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