We knew the rain during the middle of the week in Rochester and the rest of Minnesota was a harbinger of the pending autumn. Cold air was going to follow the rain, but no outlet really apprehended quite how chilly it would actually get. Low temperatures were about 5 degrees cooler than anyone anticipated on both Wednesday and Thursday. I can assure you, the chilly nights are turning leaves to orange acrosss the region. The chilliest forecast belonged to Weatherbug, who also ended up closer on high temperatures than most.
Actuals: Wednesday – .01 inches of rain, High 69, Low 51
Thursday – .44 inches of rain, High 65, Low 44