Behind the cold front, sunlight returns on Tuesday, but there will be more than 30 miles per hour of wind blasting and cold temperatures.
In north-central Minnesota, a cold front, including two hurricanes, descended on Minnesota overnight. Most of the rain fell well below a quarter of an inch, although most of the bow heads were visible.
Now, as his forehead continued eastward, he took the rainbow with him, except for the head of an arrow that could be delayed all day.
For the rest of the kingdom, the sky is clearing up quickly and Tuesday is usually sunny.
Behind the cold front, windy conditions prevail on Tuesday, sometimes up to 30 miles per hour.
Following the hot Monday, and the passing of rain and storms, some cloud cover fell overnight, early Tuesday, early September, in the 50s and 60s.
However, winds from the northwest are blowing in the cold, so altitudes only bring it to the 70’s (60’s for Arrowhead), which is seasonal, but colder than Monday.
As the wind continues to blow in the cold, Wednesday will be even higher in Minnesota in the 60’s.
That extended forecast will be updated around 9 p.m.
You can listen to my live weather updates on Minnesota Public Radio from 7:48 p.m.
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