Summer thunderstorms will continue to plague the Minneapolis area as the week kicks off.
Storms will continue into Tuesday morning but taper off as the day progresses.
High heat will also be a factor. Residents should be on alert for heat related illnesses and take precaution if needing to spend time outdoors.
The humidity will persist as temperatures drop slightly to the mid-80s. The sweltering heat from early in the week will continue to decline, dropping to the upper 70s by Friday. Overnight temperatures will follow the same trend, dropping from the mid-70s to the low 60s heading towards the weekend.
After the severe storms move through, skies should be dry and mostly sunny around midweek.
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