Posted at 12:16 PM on June 27, 2008
by Craig Edwards
There remains a risk of strong thunderstorms over eastern Minnesota this afternoon. A cool front will advance across the state, switching the winds to northwest and bringing in cooler temperatures. The collision of the leading edge of the refreshing air mass with warm and humid air will ignite a line of showers and thunderstorms.
Most of the storms should clear eastern Minnesota before sunset.
Unsettled weather, with below normal temperatures and scattered thundershowers is on tap for Saturday. Sunday looks to be quite pleasant.