Rain, rain go away! It just won't for southern Minnesota as the next storm system is approaching from the southwest, on track to deliver another soaking rain to southern Minnesota.
Upwards of an inch could fall Mankato to the Twin Cities and southeast towards Rochester, according to the National Weather Service.
It's only early October and the Twin Cities and Rochester have already recorded the wettest year ever in 125 years of tracking, according to the NWS in La Crosse. Check out this map they released showing where different locations rank in terms of wettest years on record.
Anyway, the weather service says rain chances will increase as Friday night progresses, with rain moving into the metro around midnight and lasting half of Saturday.
Here's a look at one simulated radar model, which should help give you an idea of what's to come.