By Todd Nelson
Not sure about you, but I'm glad that it's Election Day. For me, it means that I don't have to watch all those political attack ads or field anymore phone calls wondering who I'm voting for, good grief!
It might be a little soggy at the polls, early in the day as a weak clipper system blows through. The best chance for a little rain/snow mix will be north and east, but whatever falls won't be enough to disrupt travel plans to get out and vote.
Folks in the Northeast, reeling after last weeks Superstorm, will have a fairly quiet day today, but will be keeping a close eye on the next storm/Nor'Easter ready to pounce by midweek. The effects from this storm won't be quite as damaging or widespread, but it will certainly put a damper on cleanup efforts. A "Greenland Blocking High" will help to steer this next storm up the coast with minor coastal flooding, strong winds, heavy rain and some snow - typical of a Nor'Easter. To add insult to injury, northern New Jersey had a 2.0 magnitude earthquake early Monday!
Closer to home, we are watching a potential storm by the weekend. North Dakota could get a bunch of snow, we could hear thunder! Stay tuned -Todd Nelson
Todd's Conservation MN Outlook for the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota (and western Wisconsin too):
TUESDAY: Breezy. Soggy at the polls early. High: 48. Winds: Turning WNW 10-15mph Gusts to 20mph
TUESDAY NIGHT: Clearing trend. Low: 32
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny November day. High 47. Low 33.
THURSDAY: Another quiet, sunny day. High 50. Low 35.
FRIDAY: Turning breezy. Clouds thicken, drizzle possible late. High 49. Low 42.
SATURDAY: Rain, isolated thunder possible. High 61. Low 36.
SUNDAY: Breezy and much cooler. A few flurries? High 39. Low 28.
MONDAY: Chilly northwesterly breeze. High: 38. Low: 26.
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