Weekend to End on a Brighter Note for Minneapolis

By , Senior Meteorologist
June 08, 2014; 3:34 AM
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Following a wet start, the weekend is shaping up to end on a brighter and milder note in Minneapolis.

Gone on Sunday will be the rain and thunderstorms that put a damper on Saturday.

An area of high pressure will instead allow dry weather and sunshine to return. In turn, temperatures will rise to a seasonable high of around 75 F.

The weather will be great for those wanting to spend a part or most of Sunday outdoors.

Just remember to take the proper precautions to protect yourself from the sun's harmful rays.

Some clouds will filter overhead as Sunday progresses, a sign that the return of rain is on the horizon.

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The next batch of heavy rain headed back to the Plains is expected to drop into the central Plains on Monday, while just a passing shower dampens Minneapolis in the morning.

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Another dry and even warmer day will unfold on Tuesday with plenty of sunshine returning and temperatures rising into the upper 70s.

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