Warmth and sunny skies will hold in Minneapolis through late week before some showers roll into the city for Memorial Day weekend.
The week will end on a warm note with temperatures Friday reaching the upper 70s with sunshine.
Temperatures will increase heading into the holiday weekend with Saturday, Sunday and Monday all expected to come within a few degrees of the 80-degree mark.
While the holiday weekend will start out Saturday with sunny to partly cloudy skies, thunderstorms will roll into the region for Sunday.
Showers and thunderstorms will plague the Minneapolis area through the remainder of the holiday weekend.
Heading into next week, temperatures will dip back into the 70s by midweek.
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