In this week's episode of the Way Over Our Heads podcast, climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois discuss:
- Last weekend's severe weather outbreaks.
- The characteristics of supercell thunderstorms.
- Weather that's spiking the Glory Index meter this week.
- A near perfect summer weekend ahead with a very slight chance of storms.
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Looking ahead, there could be some spotty showers and perhaps a crack or two of thunder Friday and Saturday in parts of central Minnesota, and then more widespread rain possible Sunday night and Monday.
None of it will be a total washout and pretty much everyone has a better chance of staying dry than getting drenched.
Severe weather? Maybe a few storms go severe Sunday night in parts of Minnesota, but no outbreaks like last weekend.