Temperatures will gradually return to normal in the Twin Cities following a cool start to the week.
This warming trend is expected to continue, nearing the 80-degree mark by Friday.
A normal high temperature for mid-July is 84 F.
Umbrellas will begin to gather dust as dry weather accompanies the warm up.
Although temperatures are forecast to remain a few degrees below normal, those planing to spend time in the outdoors are still encouraged to use sunblock to protect themselves from sunburn.
Some clouds look to move in for the weekend, but dry conditions are still expected to prevail with highs in the lower 80s.
This is good news for baseball fans planning to head out to watch the Minnesota Twins host the Tampa Bay Rays this weekend with games schedule for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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Following a spell of frigid conditions across Britain, milder air is set to return for the holidays, eliminating chances of a white Christmas in most locations.
On the heels of the surge of heat last week, temperatures are once again set to soar across southeastern Australia into the middle of this week.
An uptick in dry, windy weather is in store for Southern California at the end of the week.
Monday morning's weather may result in further airline delays in Atlanta.
While no major storms are pressing the northeastern United States in the short-term, milder air will trigger spotty, light snow and freezing drizzle to start the week.
Urduja, known globally as Kai-tak, will continue to unleash life-threatening flooding rain and mudslides as it slowly crosses the Philippines into Monday.
As frigid air plunges into and builds over the central United States, a stormy pattern with snow, ice and rain may unfold from Texas to Maine for Christmas holiday travelers.
Those getting a head start on holiday travel across the Rockies and Midwest late this week may be faced with disruptive snow along the way.