A very pleasant and warm Saturday awaits us on this Easter weekend with temperatures from 40 ° F and highs into the low 70s. Mostly sunny skies are expected throughout the day

If you are spending time outside this weekend, put on sunscreen with the expected sunny skies, and the UV index will be released on May 5th Refilled on Saturday which means sunburn can occur in about 40 minutes.I will say that I spent an afternoon in a hammock last weekend and had a small sunburn on my forehead that day even with a mixture of sun and clouds – the sun is definitely strong enough for sunburn after a long time!

The highs across the state are between 15-25 degrees above average on Saturday as the highs rise mainly into the 60s and 70s, however, some areas in far north Minnesota and along the north coast could stay in the 50s Mainly sunny skies are expected

As we approach Easter Sunday, another brilliant day of weather is expected across the state.A few more clouds are expected, so we call it partly to mostly sunny with elevations between the 40s along the north coast and the low 80s in the southwest of the state

Here are the Easter weather stats for the twin cities The coldest Easter high was a boneless 15F in 1894 when it hit April 25th, 1977 when the high hit 88F March fell the snowiest (and wettest Easter)? Well, that was last year when 66 “snow fell (liquid equivalent of 060”) on December 12th April

We’re staying pretty warm through early next week, with highs still in the mid through the upper 70s as we get closer to Monday.We watch the chance of rain rise in early and mid-next week – this system is likely to get some bring cooler temperatures, with the 60s expected on Tuesday and Wednesday and even the 50s by the end of the week, with the average high for Saturday being 51F As long as we stay at or above the low 50s, we will be technically above average

I have found that it is often darkest before it turns pitch black. If the weather is “too nice” for too long, the other shoe (boot) often falls off Will we see an April surprise in 2021?

Pain from mushy paranoia is in order Last year 73 “fell (most of it on Easter Sunday) April 2019 brought 10” and April 2018 a record 26 “! The weather is upset, anyone?

The pattern this year is significantly milder overall, but don’t get too comfortable. And I apologize in advance for pulling out my driveway stakes

It’s going to be nicer today than yesterday, with just a light breeze and enough sunlight for 70 degrees. I see Sunday and Monday in the mid-70s, and a few T-storms are bubbling up early next week Wednesday in Minnesota, but dry air wrapped in the storm can squeeze out a little sun in between rain showers for Thursday’s Twins Home Opener

After hanging around for a few days in the 70s, we cool off, but I mostly see 50s and a couple of 60s deep breaths ahead of us

SATURDAY: Sunny and perfect wake up to 41 high 71 probability of precipitation 0% wind NW 5-10 miles per hour

SUNDAY: Partly sunny, feels like waking up to 48 high 75 in May, probability of precipitation 10% wind S 10-15 mph

MONDAY: Some sun, danger of a T-storm Wake up to 53 high 78 Probability of precipitation 30% wind S 8-13 mph

TUESDAY: Airy & cooler, few showers too late? Wake up to 51 high 66 probability of precipitation 40% wind NE 10-20 miles per hour

WEDNESDAY: Heavy, soaked rain expected wake up to 47 high 59 probability of precipitation 90% wind E 15-25 mph

THURSDAY: restless with rain showers wake up to 43 high 58 probability of precipitation 70% wind S 10-20 mph

FRIDAY: clouds and showers linger awake at 42 high 56 probability of precipitation 60% wind W 10-20 mph

1999: An ice storm hits Duluth and the arrowhead An 800 foot television tower in Duluth collapses due to the weight of the ice

1982: A sharp cold front causes the temperature in Lamberton, Redwood County, to drop from 78 to 7 degrees. This 71-degree change in 24 hours is the maximum 24-hour temperature change in Minnesota

Average high: 51F (record: 80F, set in 1921) Average low: 32F (record: 9F, set in 1954) Average rainfall: 007 “(record: 084” set in 1974) Average snowfall: 01 “(record: 75” in 2018) Record snow depth: 9 “in 1975

* When do we climb to 13 hours of daylight? 5 April (13 hours, 0 minutes and 32 seconds) * When is sunrise at / before 6:30 a.m. ?: 14 April (6:29 am) * When is sunset at / after 8:00 pm ?: 16 April (8:00 p.m.)

If we look at the nation for the Saturday before Easter, it’ll be pretty quiet out there! Some storms are possible in the southern plains, some rains and snow showers at higher elevations in the Pacific Northwest. Some rogue showers may be possible over the eastern Great Lakes and in South Florida

It’s going to be a very quiet Easter weekend across the country in terms of rainfall, with the best chance of more than a quarter of an inch of rain falling in parts of the Southern Plains and the Pacific Northwest It will be the Cascades that this weekend could see a few inches of snow

More from CBS Boston: “The 31 March was the end of an era in Chatham The National Weather Service’s Upper Air Observation Station on Morris Island launched its last weather balloon after 60 years of continuous operation.It’s somewhat ironic that after such a long weather tracking, this observatory is about to fall victim to the location for the balloon launches on a 40-foot cliff with sand and sea Andy Nash, meteorologist in charge of the National Weather Service Boston, said that the erosion in this area over the past six months has been “astronomical.” The bluff is losing an average of 1 to 2 feet each Week with some storms packing 6 feet of sand “

More from Wildfire Today: “The on 1 Forest fire potential predictions published on April 29 predict that the forest fire potential in Florida, the southern plains, and the southwest will be higher than normal by June 2021. A high potential will also be high in North Dakota and parts of the state’s neighbor, Montana, South Dakota in April and Minnesota, expected “

Fossil fuel companies have taken billions in US Coronavirus Relief Funds, but still nearly 60000 jobs cut

More from Inside Climate News: “When Congress sought to shore up a tank economy and stem the bleeding of jobs as the pandemic spread last year, the oil industry was among those seeking relief, a new analysis now shows that dozens of fossil fuel companies received billions in tax breaks under the coronavirus relief package, but still lost tens of thousands of jobs At least 77 fossil fuel companies used it to claim a total of $ 8, according to an analysis released Friday by BailoutWatch, a nonprofit supported by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, last year Year 2 m trillion services performed, although almost 60000 jobs were cut “

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Easter Saturday

World News – AU – A pleasant, warm Easter weekend

Source: https://www.startribune.com/a-pleasant-warm-easter-weekend/600041685/