That scary, horizontal line in front of the temperature has returned. The coldest air Minnesotans have experienced since last February will freeze us into the new year. Coldest day? Tuesday. Cold weather gear has taken on a new meaning.
Tuesday: Don't let the sun fool you. H: 2 Wind: NW 5-10
Tuesday Night: Clear and bitterly cold. L: -6
New Year's Eve: Sunny, not as cold. H: 15 L: 8 Wind: SW 10-15
New Year's Day: Snow showers. Minor accumulations up to 1". H: 19 L: 8 Wind: W 5-10
Friday: Partly sunny. H: 21 L: 16 Wind: SW 5-10
Saturday: Warmest day. Snow showers. H: 23 L: 14 Wind: CALM
Sunday: Flurries. Turning cold again. H: 12 L: -3 Wind: NW 5-10
Snow Depth Difference: While we have a decent snowpack now, the overall snow depth is significantly less than last year. The current snow depth in the Twin Cities is 4 inches, while the snow depth was over double (16 inches) last year at this time. Luckily for fatbikes, the snow on the ground now is here to stay with this extended, extreme cold.
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