Thunderstorms to be Experienced in the Second Half of Minnesota and parts of Western Wisconsin

The northern half of Minnesota experienced various thunderstorms Sunday morning, with thunderstorms at times in the second half of Minnesota and parts of western Wisconsin.

Northwestern Wisconsin and Northeast Minnesota will witness the maximum thunderstorms early Sunday afternoon, with numerous thunderstorms elsewhere in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Various thunderstorms could be witnessed in much of northern and central Minnesota along with north western Wisconsin in the mid and late afternoon hours, then proceed south-eastward in the early evening hours.

A serious thunderstorm watch continues until 2 PM this Sunday in north-central Minnesota and part of northeastern Minnesota.

Minnesota and western Wisconsin are likely to have scattered showers and a passing thunderstorm on Monday, accompanied by gusty winds.

The average twin city’s high temperatures are 84° this time of year. Metro areas’ highs will be mainly in the lower 80s on Monday. Maximum of southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin will top out in the 80s Monday afternoon, with 70s in northern Minnesota.

Monday afternoon is forecasted to experience more than 20 mph in Eastern Minnesota and between 25-30 mph in the west.

Forecast gusts are in knots, with 22 knots equivalent to 25.3 mph.

On average, July is the sunniest month of the year in the twin 30s, with 72% of sunshine. November, on average, is the cloudiest month of the year in the twin cities with 39% of sunshine.