Seeing green grass in January is unusual in Minnesota. Diminishing snowpack, warmer conditions and higher winds have started to erode the soil. More snow (moisture) would help to keep soil particles from becoming airborne. Looking at a few opportunities for snow this week with a higher liquid content but nothing significant in the extended forecast.
Temps will continue to hover around freezing during the day so expect the snow to loose through the weekend.
Tuesday: Cloudy. H: 31 Wind: E 7
Tuesday Night: Snow across s'rn suburbs & along MN River Valley with up to 1-2 inches. L: 24
Wednesday: Slightly colder, calm, cloudy. H: 27 L: 21 Wind: CALM
Thursday: Dry, turning breezy. H: 32 L: 24 Wind: SW 10-20
Friday: Flurries late. H: 32 L: 26 Wind: w 10
Saturday: Snow showers after Get Phat with Pat race. H: 31 L: 20 Wind: NW 10
Sunday: Morning snow, less than 1 inch. H: 24 L: 15 Wind: NE 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