While this is the first big cold wave, the timing is not too unusual.
November 11 is the average first day with a high temperature 32 degree or below. The arctic air will be right on schedule next week.
Sunday is the first annual MORC Gala. Expect light snow early Sunday morning, followed by a break of dry weather during the afternoon. Little to no accumulation expected.
There is a potential of a "plowable" snow, however, in southern Minnesota Monday. A more northern storm track could put the metro in the accumulating snow...can't rule out a few inches of slush Monday night in the southern metro.
Saturday: Partly cloudy, windy. H: 38 Wind: NW 10-20 G 30
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy. L: 29
Sunday: Cloudy. Snow stays south. H: 37 L: 26 Wind: NW 10-15 G 20
Monday: Cloudy, lighter wind. H: 34 L: 25 Wind: NE 2-4
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, cold. H: 30 L: 19 Wind: NE 5-10
Wednesday: Cold sunshine. H: 31 L: 22 Wind: NW 4
MORC Gala on Sunday!: Free Surly beer, live music from The Lost Wheels, live and silent auctions, guest speakers including Paul Douglas and Rebecca Rusch. Come out and join in celebrating the trails we love to ride!
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