FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY MORNING:
A pair of low pressures will continue to track towards the area and that will increase clouds for zones that didn’t get many Friday and keep the clouds thick in zones that were overcast during the day. So, the sky should be mostly cloudy to overcast overnight and through Saturday morning & beyond. Surface fog is possible, too. Low temps will be 58-63. The wind will be E 5-10 mph.
The southernmost low will track across northern Minnesota into Saturday afternoon with an associated cold front. This will bring a 70%-80% chance of rain and thunderstorms. A few strong to severe storms are possible. The chance of precip will continue Saturday night as the system pushes east. High temps will be 70-75 one last time. The wind will be S 10-20 mph.
Higher air pressure will try to bring some sunshine to Sunday. The low temp will be 56 and the high will reach 67.
The beginning of next week looks pleasant, especially on Monday. High pressure will bring plenty of sunshine Monday but clouds increase into Tuesday as the next system begins to move in. Highs will top out in the mid 60s to low to mid 70s, which will be a few degrees above average.