Cold and snow on the way

Ready or not, the frigid cold is on the way later tonight as a cold front pushes south across the state. Along the cold front a few snow shower or flurries are possible, north of Highway 20. The radar image shows the light snow shower across southern Minnesota. They are moving southeast. A dusting of snow is possible in a few locations. Many areas stay dry.

Here is a look at the frigid cold just to our north this evening. Lows tonight are in the single digits and teens.

The weather pattern is changing to become a more active one. It will also keep cold air in place to any chance of precipitation in the next week or two is should be all snow. Light snow chances are Saturday, Monday and Wednesday. We might get more snow in the first half of February than we have all winter so far. Time will tell.




Posted under Long Range Outlook, Temperatures, Winter Weather

This post was written by Schnack on January 31, 2018

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