Hang in there, we're stuck in this cold abyss for a while. In fact, temperatures look to stay below normal through the middle of January. Praying for a warm front. The lack of any thaw, however, will allow for pristine trail conditions for fatbikes.
Monday Night: Snow showers. About 1 inch accumulation. L: -9 Wind: NW 7
New Year's Eve: Cold, increasing clouds. Snow after midnight to ring in the new year. Accumulations ~1" H: 0 L: -9 Wind: NW 2-4
New Year's Day: Cloudy. H: 5 L: -7 Wind: NE 10
Thursday: Sunny. H: 3 L: -10 Wind: NW 4
Friday: Partly sunny. Slight warming thru the night. H: 15 L: 20 Wind: S 5-10
Saturday: Snow showers. Little to no accumulation. H: 20 L: 7 Wind: NW 15-20
Sunday: Partly cloudy. H: 13 L: -8 Wind: NW 10-15
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