StormTeam Outlook: Friday, September 23rd, 2016
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles
Unfortunately our weekend weather will not be the greatest. Temperatures will be cooler than average through the weekend. It's also going to continue to be windy through the weekend. Winds will be easterly Saturday and the chop out on the lake may get rough.
A low pressure system coming out of the Colorado Rockies will cause winds to turn more out of the east as a warm front lifts towards the area from the south. By Saturday we’ll be looking at strong lake winds some 15-25 mph. There will be a brief break in the precipitation sometime Saturday before another surge of warmth and moisture moves across the areas Saturday Night and Sunday. This is when the cold front comes through and creates some stronger rain again. Minneapolis and southern Minnesota could get hit hard once again. Warmer temperatures return by the middle of the week.
Enjoy the Day!