Pacific ocean air continues to stream into Minnesota resulting in above normal temps through Thursday. Expect conditions to warm above freezing during the day but slip into the 20s overnight. This freeze/thaw cycle will increase the ice on our metro trails. Arctic air arrives early February, if only for a brief time.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. H: 36 Wind: S 5
Tuesday Night: Increasing clouds. L: 25
Wednesday: Cloudy, breezy. H: 39 L: 27 Wind: SE 11
Thursday: Snow showers. Light accumulation. H: 34 L: 17 Wind: NW 15-20
Friday: Mostly cloudy. H: 26 L: 15 Wind: NE 4
Saturday: Cloudy, snow southern MN? H: 20 L: 4 WNW 10-15
Sunday: Getting colder. H: 18 L: 6 Wind: N 5-10
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