ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- High pressure is settling into the region from the northwest today, setting the stage for a warm, but not particularly humid start to the week for our area.
Meanwhile, a little disturbance in the atmosphere to our west is producing a couple of very sparse, light rain showers that may affect a handful of communities locally to start our Monday.
Aside from that it's more of the same for us as sunny skies and warm temperatures will be the rule.
High temperatures today will be in the mid 80s with a slight northerly breeze. There will be little disturbances around for tomorrow as well, but rain chances are hardly worth mentioning.
Instead, it'll be another bright and warm day in the area. High temperatures will slowly climb through the week, eventually reaching the upper 80s by Friday and then hovering near 90° for the weekend as humidity will then begin to creep in.
The next decent chance for rain may not be until late Sunday or Monday of next week, so sprinklers will likely be necessary to keep things relatively green.
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