Minneapolis: Skies to Clear by Late Week

By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
May 28, 2014; 3:09 AM ET
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Minneapolis area skies will clear up by late week, bringing sun back to the region.

Those headed to the third game of the four-game series between the Texas Rangers and the Minneapolis Twins should see milder weather for Wednesday's game.

Temperatures through the weekend will consistently remain in the low to mid-80s. Overnight temperatures will hover around the 65 F mark.

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Baseball fans headed to the last two games in the Rangers, Twins showdown are in for warm temperatures and clear skies. Fans should bring sunscreen and hats to the final game on Thursday afternoon as sunburn is possible.

Although the weather will remain mild on Friday, unsettled weather will return to Minneapolis over the weekend as thunderstorms roll back into the area Saturday.

Stormy weather will remain in the area into early next week with a chance of thunderstorms and showers Sunday and Monday.


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