MN weather: above-average temperatures expected for weekend, deer hunt opens – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Calm weather is expected over the next few days, with temperatures warming above average this weekend.

The WCCO weather team reports that Friday will have mild temperatures in the 1950s, but will be quite windy. Sustained winds could hit between 30 and 40 mph in the southern part of the state in the afternoon, including the Twin Cities.

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“Even though temperatures will be fairly stable in the 1950s, it will be cooler,” meteorologist Mike Augustyniak said.

Winds will subside until Saturday, when temperatures will reach the low 60s. Winds of 5-10 mph are possible.

Then for Sunday, which is the opening of the deer hunt, temperatures will be even warmer, reaching the mid-1960s. Wind speeds are expected to be similar to that of Saturday.

As for next week, mild temperatures in the 50s and a good dose of sunshine seem to be the theme.

NORTHERN LIGHTS

Many Minnesota viewers shared photos of the Northern Lights seen on Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.

Augustyniak reports that after another chance to see the Northern Lights Thursday night for parts of the state, “there will be a lot more to come” as activity for the Northern Lights is on the rise for all four to five. coming years.

WCCO will have updates when there is a chance to see the Northern Lights.

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