A weak clipper is bringing a few flurries and sprinkles Monday night and will drop temperatures some in northwestern Minnesota. Temperatures trend well above normal for Wednesday and Thursday.
A few flurries, sprinkles then much warmer midweek
A fairly lackluster clipper system is bringing a few light snow showers and sprinkles to parts of southern and northeastern Minnesota Monday night into Tuesday.
Any accumulation will be light and patchy for the most part. Low temperatures will dip to some chillier readings in northwestern Minnesota where skies will clear out a bit. Teens can be expected there with 20s elsewhere.
Look for decreasing clouds Tuesday and a shift in the winds from the northwest, but temperatures will be pretty similar to Monday. Highs will mostly be in the 30s to near 40 degrees in southwestern Minnesota.
Anomalous warmth moves in for midweek. Wednesday and Thursday will bring high temperatures that will be 15 to 25 degrees above normal and near record-breaking for some spots.
Thursday looks to be the peak of the warmer temperatures, with 50s to near-50 degree temps in southern Minnesota.
Another clipper system will bring more rain and snow showers to mostly northern Minnesota Friday, and a trailing cold front will drop temperatures to more seasonable readings for the weekend, primarily in the 20s and 30s.
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