“More than this weekend’s expected rain is needed to quench drought – but it could signal the end of the state’s dry spell,” via Star Tribune.
Paul Huttner: “The jury is still out on exactly what kind of weather we’ll see in the Twin Cities Saturday but one thing appears fairly certain. It will rain for the first time in a long while.
“The last time more than even .25″ of rain fall in the metro was nearly 2 months ago on August 15th when .73″ temporarily greened up lawns and fields.
The maps look promising for a potent low pressure system to spin out of the southern Rockies and race for southeast Minnesota Saturday. The big question? Where will the exact track end up?” (Updraft)