After a cloudy and damp day Sunday in Minneapolis, the first half of this week will usher in warm air and sunshine.
Through Wednesday, temperatures will push into the mid- to upper 60s with mostly sunny skies.
The second half of the week will warm up even more, with temperatures reaching the low 70s on both Thursday and Friday.
The best days for outdoor activities will be midweek, as clouds and storms will arrive Friday. Low temperatures will hover around the 50-degree mark before the weekend.
Saturday and Sunday offer a chance at sunny skies and mild temperatures before the low plummets into the 30s overnight.
Remnants of thunderstorms on the High Plains from Wednesday will re-fire farther east over the Mississippi Valley Thursday into Thursday night.
Building code changes in the wake of Hurricane Sandy are raising rebuilding costs for homeowners and other property owners while still attempting to mitigate future damages.
A cold storm will bring rain and snow to California Friday and Saturday, but heat returns again next week.
Following a cooldown at midweek for Cleveland, temperatures will remain below normal through the weekend.
A dangerous multiple-day severe weather outbreak will begin this weekend over the South Central states and will include the potential for nighttime tornadoes in parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska.
80-mph wind gust with a thunderstorm between Marshall and Warrenton, VA. A building under construction collapsed in Fredericksburg, killing a worker.
Victor, ID (1991)
18" of snow.
Fairbanks, AK (1991)
Still two feet of snow covering the ground.