Minnesota's weather is looking mighty nice for most of this week, but the sunshine will be a bit hazy from time to time as smoke from West Coast wildfires rides the jet stream and makes it way into our upper atmosphere.
Meanwhile, the high pressure that is giving Minnesota plentiful sunshine is causing Tropical Storm Sally to slow as it approaches the coasts of Louisiana and Mississippi, ultimately giving it an opportunity to strengthen into a hurricane and deliver rainfall that might be measured in feet.
Atlanta-based meteorologist Jason Disharoon, who previously worked with Sven at KARE 11 in the Twin Cities, joined Sven to talk about Sally. Disharoon is very familiar with tropical weather as he previously worked at a TV station in New Orleans.
You can catch the full interview below, via the Explore with Sven YouTube page.