After a cool and wet weekend, the start of the workweek is looking like much of the same for the Minneapolis region.
Tuesday will feature cloudy skies with periods or rain, as well as a chilly breeze.
Temperatues move slightly down into the 40s on Tuesday, although the RealFeel® temperature will be in the 30s.
Tuesday evening, the Minnesota Twins will host the Los Angeles Dodgers in a 7:10 p.m. CDT start at Target Field in the first of a three-game series. Fans attending the game will want to bring their jackets.
The cool and wet weather could prove troublesome and possibly lead to rain delays for the Tuesday and Wednesday evening games.
Overnight temperatures will sit in the 40s through Wednesday.
While a pair of storm systems will pass to the north and south of France through late this week, the weather is expected to remain tranquil across the country on Thursday and Friday.
A powerful 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck near the Peru-Brazil border region shortly before 6 p.m. local time Tuesday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The temblor was initially recorded as a 6.9.
While Atlanta has received above-average rainfall so far this month, dry and calm conditions are forecast for the Atlanta area this week.
Compared to Thanksgiving Day in 2014, this Thanksgiving will be substantially warmer in the Northeast.
Tropical Storm Sandra, located hundreds of miles southwest of Mexico, is becoming better organized and will likely track northward through the rest of the week.
A storm system will dive southward along the West Coast on Tuesday before tracking eastward across the Rockies into Thanksgiving Day.
Early season cold snap. Temperatures fell to 30 degrees in Gainesville, 30 degrees in Ocala, 28 degrees in Tallahassee, and 27 degrees in Grestview.
Philadelphia, PA/ New York City (1812)
Southwesterly hurricane winds tore roofs off buildings and sank ships.
Ohio, PA, WV, NY (1950)
Record Snowstorm (24th-25th) Location Amount Youngstown, OH 28.7 in. (single storm record) Steubenville, OH 36.3 in. (single storm state record) Pittsburgh, PA 27.7 in. (single storm record) Charleston, WV 25.6 in. (single storm record) Albany, NY 22.5 in.