Our fair weather honeymoon ends this weekend. Temperatures snap right back to November standards with highs Saturday and Sunday in the 30s. Brrr.
A solid 30 degree temperature change will occur Friday night with the passage of a strong cold front. At first a warm wind Friday propels temperatures into the 60s but by Saturday a cold north wind dives temperatures quickly into the 30s. And, yes, someone in Minnesota is going to get some snow.
Heavy snow is projected to fall north of the storm track whereas a wintry mix or all rain falls south of the low pressure. The odds are greater that northern Minnesota will see enough snow to break out the fat tires.
ChANCE OF 4" sNOW OR gREATER
COGGS trails may get the first taste of winter with a few inches while the Twin Cities may see a slushy inch, if that. The accuracy of this snowfall forecast lies within the exact storm track. A track further south could bring a heavier band of snow into the Twin Cities. It bears some watching.
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