Due to the brutal cold earlier this month, the average high temperature so far this January falls below that of the January polar vortex of last year. Really puts the recent cold snap into perspective. But that's long behind us now. Temperatures stay well above zero through the extended...maybe touching on 40 degrees in spots Saturday. Slushy trails?
Saturday: Cloudy, misty freezing drizzle. Windy. H: 36 Wind: 20-30
Saturday Night: Clearing, colder. L: 25
Sunday: Party sunny. Not as windy. H: 33 L: 23 Wind: W 10
Monday: Flurries. H: 31 L: 23 Wind: SW 2
Tuesday: Snow showers, a quick dusting. H: 28 L: 24 Wind: NW 10
Wednesday: Snow showers. H: 28 L: 15 Wind: W 5-10
Cold Returns: Another puff of colder air sinks into Minnesota the last week in January. While it doesn't look as cold as what we saw earlier in the month temperatures will trend colder than average. This will help to keep the snow in good condition!
Summer brings warm afternoons perfect for biking, but the summer heat and humidity can also spark thunderstorms and severe weather. Be prepared for any type of adverse weather headed your way with Aeris Pulse.
NWS Twin Cities Weather Story