Northern Minnesota gets a fresh coating of snow Tuesday. Wednesday’s colder statewide with subfreezing highs. Rain, snow and even thunder develop late Thursday into Saturday.
Snow showers for northern Minn., then colder
Snow showers will continue to spread east across northern Minnesota Tuesday with sunshine south through the morning.
Most snowfall will be light but there could be some heavier, quick bursts of snow or snow squalls Tuesday afternoon in northeastern Minnesota.
Temperatures will continue to be below normal with highs near 40 in far southern Minnesota to just teens in northwestern Minnesota Tuesday afternoon.
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We’ll have a brief shot of even colder temperatures behind the Tuesday clipper system. Temps will dip below zero across northern and western Minnesota Tuesday night.
High temperatures Wednesday will be 10 to 25 degrees below normal and subfreezing nearly statewide.
Rain, thunder, snow late Thursday
Showers and even thunderstorms develop late Thursday into Thursday night across southern Minnesota with rain and snow in northern Minnesota.
There’s even a general (low) risk of some severe storms with mainly a large hail threat Thursday night along far southern Minnesota.
The best chance of accumulating snowfall Thursday night will be in northern Minnesota.
Late Friday rain turns to snow across southern Minnesota with the possibility of snow somewhere in central or southern Minnesota.
There remains uncertainty with this second round of potential snowfall.