Sunny and pleasant weather will make its presence felt across the Twin Cities area this week.
There is a chance of unsettled weather in time for the weekend, however.
Daytime highs through Thursday will be in the low to mid-80s. Nighttime lows are expected in the mid-60s.
A chance of showers and thunderstorms comes for the weekend, just in time for the Minnesota Twins' return to Target Field for the start of an 11-game home stand.
Those attending the game should be on alert for the first sign of thunder or lightning and seek shelter as the storm approaches.
Some of the rain may cause delays during the weekend series against the Kansas City Royals.
Highs will remain in the low 80s Friday and Saturday. The nighttime lows will start creeping up toward the 70-degree mark.
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Drenching rain will converge on much of the Hawaiian Islands and raise the risk of flash flooding early this week.
Atmospheric conditions over the western Caribbean Sea may harbor tropical storm formation toward the end of October.
Life-threatening rain and wind from Typhoon Lan will last into Monday in Japan.
Rain capable of causing travel disruptions and storms strong enough to knock down trees will push across the southern United States into Monday.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros will battle for the 2017 World Series title beginning on Tuesday at Dodgers Stadium amid extreme heat.
A brief, but major change to autumn weather in the southern United States will be accompanied by a dose of heavy rain and thunderstorms into Monday.
While most of the games in week 7 won't deal with inclement weather, fans in a few cities may want to have rain gear.
The dangers to lives and property will already be mounting across Japan on Sunday’s Election Day prior to Lan slamming onshore at night.