Nationally, last Tuesday morning was the coldest in November since 1976-38 years ago! All 50 states saw freezing temperatures on Tuesday. This early cold wave ignited severe lake effect snow in upstate New York with isolated pockets of 80-85 inches total. Puts our Minnesota weather into perspective, huh?
But now the tides have turned and we're going to spend a few days above freezing. This subtle (and in some cases welcomed) thaw continues into early next week. Soil conditions, however, are not yet frozen so the littlest bit of warming will make the trails mush. Take care when heading out on the trails this weekend.
Can't escape the cold for long. By Thanksgiving, we're back in the ice box. Snow and strong winds develop Monday-Tuesday. An inch to two of new snow look to be a pretty good bet.
Saturday: Cloudy, mild. H: 38 Wind: SW 10
Saturday Night: Cloudy, not as cold. L: 32
Sunday: Cloudy, sprinkles? H: 42 L: 24 Wind: W 5-10
Monday: Colder, blustery. Snow showers. H: 24 L: 15 Wind: NW 15-20
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. H: 26 L: 17 Wind: NW 7
Wednesday: Snow showers. H: 27 L: 11 Wind: NW 10
Thanksgiving: Sunny and cold. H: 19 L: 9 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