As Minneapolis prepares to host the Major League Baseball All-Star Game this week, temperatures will be reminiscent of autumn.
Dry conditions will also be the story for fans headed to the game on Tuesday, with highs staying just near the 70-degree mark around game time before dropping into the mid-60s through the evening.
The game is set to begin shortly after 7 p.m. CDT.
Temperatures will gradually return to near normal during the second half of the week as the pool of cool air responsible for the lower temperatures shifts to the north and east.
Dry conditions will also stick around through the rest of the week with the exception of a spotty shower on Friday.
As the death toll climbs early this week, thunderstorms will continue to disrupt rescue and recovery efforts across the Kathmandu Valley.
Severe storms pummeled parts of eastern Texas Sunday into early Monday morning with softball-sized hail, damaging winds and tornadoes.
MIlder air has moved into the Northeast and will last through midweek after a cool and cloudy start.
Bouts of heavy rain will once again visit the Southeast this week, bringing the threat of flooding and travel delays.
Practices in sustainability offer a glimpse of hope amid a severe world hunger crisis brought on by severe weather events.
Following a stretch of extreme heat and dry conditions, rain will bring cooler weather and the threat for flooding to parts of Central America this week.
Red Lodge, MT (1984)
73" of snow in 72 hours (April 25-28).
Third day of record heat. April records: Location Old Record New Record Buffalo, NY 94 88/1986 Binghamton, NY 88 84/1962 Syracuse, NY 92 88/1990
Memphis, TN (1991)
15.03" of rain during April 1991 -- wettest April since 1877. The previous April record was 13.90" in 1872.