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    WCCO TV NEWS AM HEADLINES May 8 2021

    WCCO TV NEWS AM HEADLINES May 8 2021

    WCCO TV NEWS AM HEADLINES May 8 2021

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    WCCO TV Weather Friday May 7

    WCCO TV Weather Friday May 7

    Mike Augustyniak with WCCO Television Weather.

    The temperature change today versus yesterday iin the Twin Cities is zero.

    hinckley's at 50 away from the lake influence but also away from some clouds that have built built up.  

    Twin Cities at 54 and that's about the warmest number we can find in the region right now.  check in with some of the water Watchers and they're reporting a lot of 40s and 50s 51 both in Rochester and pictures of exit 46 set Charlie's place in oil and 49 from Alexandria down the road to Cold Spring and in Chanhassen and Cannon Falls is 52.

    years a wider view here of the satellite. you can see how we had these clouds build up across the sea lie and Lutsen in and talk to Rice Lake in Eau Claire sort of on the cloud line to a little bit of Honey breaks in the cloud.  

    and then here in the Twin Cities little more than just partly cloudy skies in many cases.

    with time high pressure is going to build into the rest of the afternoon and start to scour these low clouds out that leave this to a cold overnight tonight and it's chilly is it has been here I don't know if this helps or not but we are not alone it has been very cold to the Great Lake States and into the Northeast over the past several months and it looks like that will continue at least over the next week.

    so high temperature forecast today only a few degrees milder than we are right now should get up to about 58 in the Twin Cities but note the wind North it 15 to 20 that will stick around all day today and that will make these temperatures feel a bit cooler particularly if you're in some of those cloudy or areas or at least in areas were clouds linger a bit later into the afternoon.

    overnight tonight I am pretty certain that we will get another frost advisory out across the region including the Twin Cities down to 36 that's my forecast low and so so far much of Hennepin in Ramsey County has escaped Frost this week,

    tonight I don't think that will be the case I think we will get frosted even here in the downtown areas and some twenties around from Hayward to Rice Lake end in Grand Rapids on Saturday which by the way will be mostly sunny in much of the area few high clouds to start the day early in the morning to the west and southwest but those clouds will thicken up with time as we go through the morning until while will be closer to 60 today in places like Worthington in Marshall tomorrow it'll be about 10 degrees cooler while a lot of the rest of the region will have a similar feeling today.

    tomorrow hours thickening up quickly from the Minnesota River Valley on South and West will start to see dark clouds fill in as we go through the mid-to-late afternoon and especially from the Minnesota River Valley South and West.

    now there's a chance there's some suggestion that this band of rain will be about fifty miles farther north east end of the evening Twin Cities metro particularly the Southwest Metro could see some rain showers.

    that's the less likely scenario right now but it is still possible but again bring umbrellas from Marshall to Mankato even though it's not coming up there probably until after dark tomorrow night.

    then quickly do showers go away Sunday morning we're sort of squeeze between two storm systems.

    one that could bring some rain showers once again during the day in the far south western and southern part of Minnesota and maybe some drizzle up around the North Shore or low clouds will build in through the day here in central Minnesota East Central Minnesota and Wisconsin.

    I think it's going to be more names of clouds and sun both weekend days chili only near 60 keep in mind are advertised climbing to near 70 in the next week or so and there's no sign of that in the short-term here Monday.

    Tuesday warming a little bit, Wednesday perhaps a rain shower and then Thursday and hopefully fingers crossed next Friday Satur

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    WCCO TV Weather Thursday May 6

    WCCO TV Weather Thursday May 6

    Yeah.  It’s a bit breezy out there.  I told you it would be.  you see the average wind speeds coming from the West Northwest 30 miles per hour.  

    these are the averages and yeah we're catching squirrely little gusts even stronger than that Saint Cloud a gust of wind coming from the Northwest approaching 37 miles per hour.  

    the wind was a noticeable through the evening hours eventually dropping off at high pressure starts to move in.  

    high temperatures are below average again about 61 it's not cold but it's cool.  

    his is still running about 6 7 degrees below average depending on where you're watching right now.  

    I mentioned this earlier we actually have some rain showers falling across parts of northern Minnesota, it's a little cold front that's dropping down from the north.

    I tell you what the moisture is very limited.

    much of this is not even making it to the ground because our air is just so dry down near the surface but unfortunately we don't have more widespread rain falling because that would help cure the fire danger.

    the national weather service has a Red Flag Warning the wind is strong 

    I showed you that the air is dry I've told you that 20 fire that would start with spread rather quickly this a hold until about 8 tonight when that wind will finally start to drop down from fire to frost 

    here we go again another chilly night on the way you see the frost advisory that's very widespread again from Southwestern Minnesota through parts of the Twin Cities metro and into Western Wisconsin 

    if you have some flowers planted out there again cover them up if you want to keep them or bring them into the house or the garage because we're going to watch those temperatures dropped Like a Rock probably bottoming out around 40 that's in Minneapolis and st. Paul 

    some of the suburbs will slip back in the 30s and we'll see some very widespread 30 parts of Western and Southwestern Minnesota this temperatures falling back to the mid-thirties tomorrow 

    not as windy will have all that Sunshine a pretty fine-looking Friday I'll be at cool again and that trend is going to continue right into the weekend we might nose up to about 60 on Saturday plenty of sunshine across Northern Minnesota a chance of rain down to the South

    I'll show you with future radar this would be Saturday in the morning hours we see the cloud start the increase in my see some more clouds and a possibility of rain showers mainly to the South nothing severe

    I don't even think we'll hear any rumbles of Thunder just some steady showers possible a x l with the best chance at Southwestern Minnesota look at the next several days below average 

    pretty much across-the-board outside of those showers coming through tonight we may stay dry for the next solid week and a nice little warm up as we head toward a week from today but that's when 70 is average this time of year so we remain on the cool side but again not cold

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