It’s another cold start.
Temps are in the single digits in the Twin Cities and most of east central and southeast Minnesota to start. We’ve held pretty steady since midnight, but western Minnesota has seen their temperatures go up. It’s above zero all across the western quarter of the state.
A wind chill advisory is still in effect until 10 a.m. for eastern portions (including the Twin Cities) of Minnesota. Wind chills are still in the minus teens and minus twenties for many.
With the return of some warmer air, the jet stream is again going to be roaring through our area, bringing three different systems like a train of snow over the next few days.
The first round of snow starts Friday evening for most of us. It will be a quick shot of several hours of snow through about midnight dropping about one inch or so.
We’ll see temperatures stay largely in the teens for highs all weekend with yet another shot of snow Saturday night and then again Sunday night.
The Sunday night into Monday morning system has a little more moisture and the potential for more than 1 or 2 inches of snowfall. Beyond that, temperatures once again plummet Tuesday and Wednesday.
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