There have been wild swings in temperature over the past week across Minnesota, and that will be the case again for the next week.
The battle zone between very cold air to the north and warm air to the south will set up right across the state of Minnesota over the next several days. The coldest air will stay well north of the Twin Cities.
After some sunshine Wednesday, expect similar weather today and Friday. Temperatures will stay cool through the end of the week.
The warmer air will really start to move in by Saturday. As it does so, there will be a great deal of clouds and even a rain shower or two.
Monday will be the peak of the warmth as temperatures get into the 50s across southern Minnesota.
It won't last, though. A blast of arctic air will cause temperatures to plummet by Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
Temperatures will rise slightly in the Los Angeles area as an extended stretch of sunny days will not provide needed drought relief.
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Days after Neoguri takes a curved path over Japan and into the northern Pacific, much cooler air will drive southeastward across the Midwest and into the Northeast.
Neoguri continues to weaken over Japan, but it still poses dangers with heavy rain and possible mudslides.
Heat-related dangers will be on the rise over the weekend for much of the Northwest as scorching heat settles in.
Violent storms and tornadoes ransacked areas in the Northeast on Tuesday, killing five.
Jefferson, IA (1955)
0.69 inches of rain in one minute.
A tornado tracked 17 miles through the Black Forest. Three people were killed and 1,780 homes were destroyed.
Plainview, TX (1979)
A total of 4.5 inches of hail reported (1 inch shy of U.S. record).