It’ll be a fairly normal late-November day.
Our average Twin Cities high temperature is 36 degrees on Nov. 28. Sunday highs in the metro area are expected to reach the upper 30s. We’ll share highs in the 30s with much of Minnesota and western Wisconsin:
Southwestern Minnesota will reach the lower 40s and there will be a few upper 20s in far northern Minnesota.
Sunday wind gusts will be highest in eastern Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin:
Forecast gusts are in knots, with 18 knots equal to 20.7 mph.
Wintry mix possible overnight
If you are driving in Minnesota or western Wisconsin this Sunday afternoon, weather shouldn’t be a problem.
Northwestern and west-central Minnesota will have a chance of rain/snow showers Sunday evening. A mix of light snow, sleet, light rain/drizzle (and possibly light freezing rain/freezing drizzle) moves across much of Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin overnight Sunday night. In the Twin Cities metro area, that light snow or wintry mix should end before sunrise on Monday. Snow continues Monday in northeastern Minnesota and parts of northwestern Wisconsin, with a few inches of accumulation possible in portions of those areas.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s North American Mesoscale (NAM) forecast model shows the potential precipitation pattern from 5 p.m. Sunday though noon on Monday:
NOAA’s High-Resolution Rapid-Refresh (HRRR) forecast model shows a more extensive area of precipitation:
You can hear my live weather updates on MPR News at 7:35 a.m., 9:35 a.m. and 4:39 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday.
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