Your forecast for today: The sunny and dry weather we enjoyed over the weekend will continue. We will start to notice an increase in humidity throughout the day as winds begin to shift out of the south and bring in some moisture. Those 5-10 mph winds will also help scour out those smoky skies we saw over the weekend due to the Canadian wildfires with much better air quality expected. Temperatures should top out right around 81 degrees under mostly sunny skies.

Tonight: Clouds will increase this evening with mostly cloudy skies overnight. A cold front approaching from the west will bring a few showers and storms to Northwestern Minnesota, but most of the region should stay dry with an overnight low near 62 degrees.

Tomorrow: Our sunny and dry stretch of weather comes to an end on Tuesday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms arriving in the afternoon. Some storms could become strong with gusty winds and brief heavy rain the main concerns. We will stay on the warm side with an afternoon high near 78 degrees.