SUNDAY: A few more afternoon clouds, still dry. High: 86
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear, cool and quiet. Low; 64
MONDAY: Breezy and unsettled. Increasing clouds and turning breezy with spotty afternoon showers and storms possible. High:82
TUESDAY: Breezy and much cooler with lingering clouds and a passing shower. Low: 53. High:67
WEDNESDAY: Less wind and few clouds. Could be the coldest day we've seen since May, nearly 4 months ago. Low: 47. High: 57
THURSDAY: Very chilly start, some patch frost possible in central and northern MN. Still cool, bright sun returns. Low: 41. High:59
FRIDAY: Warmer south wind, more PM clouds. Low: 44. High: 64
SATURDAY: Cloudier with a stray shower. Low: 51. High: 68
As we start our Sunday, thoughts of what happened 10 years ago enter our memories... An eerily similar, quiet and beautiful start to what was a tragic series of events that changed our world forever. We remember those lost, those still grieving, those still coping and those still fighting against terror and for our freedom now. We will never forget. I'm hoping that sunshine will help brighten the dark and tainted shadow lurking out there today as we tread lightly on the past.
On a less somber note, this weather truly is a work of art! Not too shabby out there, is it? I hope you are kicking back and enjoying this almost ridiculous stretch of summery September weather. I wish someone could invent a way to bottle this up and release a little bit of this during the deep of winter, say January or February. Of course, I think there already is a remedy for that... they call it a Caribbean cruise.
Again, if you haven't heard, there are BIG changes coming this week as a double whammy blast of cold air pours out of Canada. The first front plows through Monday, then another on Tuesday. We may encounter some of the coldest air since May, nearly 4 months ago - Todd Nelson