Severe storms are possible on Monday

Here’s your forecast for Sunday afternoon, July 9, 2023, from the Minnesota Weather Service and meteorologist Matt Cervey.

We closed the weekend with average temperatures on Sunday. A very weak front is likely to develop a few isolated storms over northern Minnesota this evening. A cold front is far to the north and it has a good shot at bringing some showers and storms to northern Minnesota tonight. As that front moves south Monday, the rain will hold off through the morning and afternoon. Highs will be in the low 90s as it reaches the Twin Cities, with more storms developing near and south of the metro after 3:00 p.m. Some of these storms may bring strong winds, small hail and locally heavy rain. They will quickly push south after sunset on Monday.

Tuesday is likely to be a dry day this week. It will be best with a fall in the mid-70s and above. A big pattern change is coming through Minnesota and Wisconsin that will hold rain and storm chances for several days. A large upper-level depression over parts of Ontario and Manitoba will cause a weak disturbance to the south and east Wednesday into Saturday. Scattered showers and storms are possible each afternoon, but there will also be dry areas each day. Temperatures will be near or slightly below average in the mid 80s due to rain and clouds.

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