Minneapolis is facing a mix of thunderstorms and sunshine for the next several days.
Storms early in the week should move out by midweek as temperatures hover around the 75 F mark.
High pressure will keep warmer air and humidity at bay.
The sunny, pleasant days will not last long, however, as storms could move back in at the start of the weekend.
Temperatures will begin to rise towards the end of the week. Overnight lows will follow the same pattern, rising from the upper 50s midweek to the upper 60s reaching the weekend.
Storms could linger throughout the weekend and into early next week.
While Maysak is no longer a super typhoon, it remains a very powerful storm over the Pacific Ocean and will threaten the Philippines this weekend.
As sunshine warms parts of the South, Plains and Southwest on Easter Sunday, cold air and spotty snow will linger in the Northeast and rain will dampen parts of the West and Texas.
A widespread severe weather threat is targeting the central Plains Wednesday evening following spotty severe storms in the South on Tuesday.
For the third time in a two-year timespan, a “blood moon” will cast an eerie glow above Earth.
Four people were killed and 16 were injured after flames erupted on a Mexican oil rig early Wednesday morning, The Associated Press reports.
Yet another round of severe weather is in store for parts of the Plains and Mississippi Valley on Thursday, making for the third consecutive day of organized severe weather in the region.
Danville, VT (1807)
April Fools Day Storm: Great waves caused coastal damage. Danville, VT, had 30" of snow, bringing total depth to 60". Greatest late season eastern snowfall between 1604 and 1820.
Snowiest April in New York/New England history. It snowed every Saturday during the month on Cape Cod. Sixty inches of snow fell in parts of NH and VT during the month with 24" of snow in northwestern NJ on the 29th of April.
Cayton, NJ (1923)
3 degrees, lowest ever in April in New Jersey.