After an autumn-like start to the week, temperatures will rise as Minneapolis clings on to some late-summer heat.
Monday and Tuesday temperatures will remain in the lower 70s.
Those headed to the three-game series between the Detroit Tigers and Minnesota Twins at Target Field, Monday through Wednesday night should be prepared for game interruptions on Tuesday as a thunderstorm could move through the area.
Towards the middle of the week, the mercury will be on the rise as Wednesday brings the temperature near 80 degrees.
For the first showdown between the Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins on Thursday, temperatures will again feel more like summer than fall as the high is forecasted to be 80 degrees.
The first chance for significant wet weather looks to be the end of the week into the weekend.
Fans headed out for the baseball game Friday night or some college football on Saturday, should consider bringing an umbrella or a rain jacket.
Rain will be steadier on Saturday but Friday still brings a decent chance for heavy rain or even a thunderstorm.
A storm coming Sunday night has the potential to bring more snow and travel problems to Boston and New England
This week brought stormy conditions to numerous countries, resulting in a winterlike scene for many.
One of the worst ice storms in recent years to hit the South Central states will continue over the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex into Friday midday.
A storm coming on Sunday has the potential to bring more snow, ice and travel problems to the Harrisburg area.
A storm coming on Sunday has the potential to bring snow, ice and travel problems to the Washington, D.C., area.
A storm coming on Sunday has the potential to bring snow and travel problems to the Philadelphia area.
Denver, CO (1913)
Snow cover reaches 32.6", maximum depth of snow.
Chardon, OH (1962)
Little Port Walter, AR (1964)
14.84" rainfall in 24 hours. Greatest 24 hour rainfall event in state's history.