ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- The humidity levels in the region have dropped off a bit under an area of high pressure that has nudged its way in from the northeast, making for a bright and pleasant end to the work week.
High temperatures will continue to be rather warm, but not excessively humid with upper 80s expected in the afternoon.
A weak storm system to the west will push an isolated shower or two into the area late tonight and then off and on through tomorrow, but widespread shower and thunderstorm chances are not expected.
There will be a rather small chance for a stray thunderstorm or two on Sunday with plenty of bright sunshine and a little more humidity in the area.
High temperatures over the weekend will be near 90°.
Better rain chances look to lie ahead in the middle part of next week with a couple of larger storm systems that may move in from the west. Temperatures will remain quite warm with near 90° heat expected for the longer term.
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