We're about to get a dose of autumn reality next week, with Central Minnesotans trying to remember where we last left our jackets this spring.

Enjoy the sunshine and seventies today through the weekend, because across Central Minnesota temperatures won't climb out of the sixties, with temps only making it into the fifties a couple of days, next week.

Central Minnesota morning low temperatures will generally be in the forties when you wake up next week, but things could be worse. Parts of Northern Minnesota will dip into the thirties for morning lows next week.

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In fact, beginning on Labor Day, there's not a high temperature of seventy or above in St. Cloud for as far as the eye can see. Other than next Tuesday which has a chance of showers, the week to ten days following Labor Day look fairly dry.

High Temps for Monday 9/7

  • St. Cloud:  66°
  • Little Falls:  64°
  • Princeton:  69°

High Temps for Tuesday 9/8

  • St. Cloud:  57°
  • Little Falls:  55°
  • Princeton:  59°

 

High Temps for Wednesday 9/9

  • St. Cloud:  57°
  • Little Falls:  56°
  • Princeton:  58°

 

High Temps for Thursday 9/10

  • St. Cloud:  62°
  • Little Falls:  62°
  • Princeton:  64°

 

High Temps for Friday 9/11

  • St. Cloud:  66°
  • Little Falls:  65°
  • Princeton:  67°

The cool pattern looks to continue at least through the following week. The good news? The days start getting longer again in about 100 days.

 

Pete Hanson is on 98.1 Minnesota's New Country weekday mornings from 5:30 to 10:00.