This first 90 of the year is right around average. Typically we see our first 90 either on June 10th (if you look at the entire record for the Twin Cities) or June 2nd (if you look at the 1981-2010 climatological 30-year period), so either way it has occurred when would expect it. Meanwhile, this type of weather makes me want to sit in front of my air conditioner all day... I'm personally not a fan of this heat.
By DJ Kayser, filling in for Paul Douglas
humidity quickly flow right back into Minnesota. Highs will approach 90 once again today across southern Minnesota, and with dewpoints in the 60s we will certainly get our first real taste of summer weather.
Hot & sticky. Some afternoon storms - a few could be strong. High 89. Low 62. Chance of precipitation 30%. Wind SW 5-10 mph.
Cooler with some isolated afternoon storms. High 82. Low 58. Chance of precipitation 20%. Wind W 5-10 mph.
Nice day expected. High 78. Low 57. Chance of precipitation 0%. Wind NE 5-10 mph.
Sunny start. A few afternoon clouds. High 78. Low 58. Chance of precipitation 0%. Wind SE 3-5 mph.
A few scattered showers. High 79. Low 59. Chance of precipitation 20%. Wind SW 5-10 mph.
Lingering showers. A touch cooler. High 75. Low 58. Chance of precipitation 20%. Wind NW 5-10 mph.
Warming trend starts again. High 77. Low 57. Chance of precipitation 10%. Wind S 5-10 mph.
Average Low: 55F (Record: 34F set in 1945)
Average Precipitation: 0.13" (Record: 1.71" set in 1914)
Sunset: 8:54 PM
*Daylight Added Since Yesterday: ~1 minutes and 16 seconds
*Earliest Twin Cities Sunrise During The Year: June 13th-17th (5:25 AM)
*Next Sunset At/After 9 PM: June 12th (9:00 PM)