Minneapolis: Mix of Storms, Sun Ahead

By Katy Galimberti, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
July 9, 2014; 12:25 AM ET
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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.

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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.


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