We hit the jackpot with a packable snow followed by extended cold. The snow you see out your window early Saturday will likely stay through the new year as we bundle up for the coldest air since last February. You'll easily crunch that cold snow under those burly fatbike tires!
Packable snow into early Saturday followed by increasingly colder conditions. Below zero lows, heck, even a few sub zero highs are likely as we ring in the new year. The leading edge of this arctic air will spark snow showers Monday...outside of that, the week ahead looks bitterly cold yet dry.
Saturday Night: Clearing. L: 13
Sunday: Turning colder. H: 22 L: 5 Wind: NW 2
Monday: Snow showers. Arctic air arrives. H: 10 L: -4 Wind: N 5
Tuesday: Coldest day. H: 6 L: -4 Wind: NW 5-10
New Year's Eve: Sunny yet bitterly cold. H: 11 L: 2 Wind: SW 10-15
New Year's Day: Partly cloudy. H: 15 L: 11 Wind: W 10
Friday: Snow showers. H: 21 L: 15 Wind: SW 7
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