Blustery northwest winds are bringing in cooler air Tuesday and creating a few sprinkles and snow showers. Wednesday will be briefly warmer before a bigger temperature drop Thursday.
Cooler, windy Tuesday. Colder yet for Thanksgiving
Gusty northwest winds are ushering in temperatures that are actually closer to normal but cooler than the last several days. Winds will blow all day at 10-25 mph from the northwest.
We’ll also have a few sprinkles and snow showers in northeast Minnesota along and behind the cold front Tuesday. Little measurable precipitation is expected.
Highs Tuesday will range from the low 40s southeast to low 30s northwest.
It’ll be briefly warmer Wednesday ahead of a second, more potent cold front. Highs will be near 50 in southern Minnesota and breezy. The cold front will clear Minnesota Wednesday night leading to a chilly Thanksgiving. It will be dry, but highs will range from the low 30s southeast to low 20s northwest.
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