After a cold start, temperatures warm to the low 30s in southern Minnesota with teens and 20s north. A winter weather advisory goes into effect late Thursday into Friday morning for southern Minnesota.
Milder Thursday with snow developing south
Despite a cold start, temperatures will rebound closer to normal for most of Minnesota by Thursday afternoon. Highs will range from the teens north to the low 30s south.
Snow and even a wintry mix will develop in the southernmost counties of Minnesota Thursday evening and move north and east overnight. The snow should exit southeast Minnesota by midday Friday.
Snowfall accumulations will have a pretty sharp northern edge cut off but several or more inches are possible along Interstate 90 in southern Minnesota.
It’ll be mild over the weekend with highs in the 30s and another chance of snow showers Saturday with a coating of accumulation for many.
The bigger focus next week is a large storm system developing Monday night into the middle of next week with the potential for significant snowfall accumulations and perhaps even rain. It will likely be a slow-moving system as well.
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