MINNEAPOLIS - With a wind chill advisory in place, it will feel like near -30 degrees overnight. The coldest wind chills will be near Alexandria up to Bemidji and near-40 degrees at times. Winds won't be all that strong, but with actual temperatures below zero it doesn't take much. Clear skies continue.
It's another sunny day tomorrow with highs in the low single digits. Clouds increase late with a chance at snow beginning Saturday overnight through Sunday. At this point the heaviest accumulations look to fall from Albert Lea to Rochester. The Twin Cities can expect some accumulating snow. Sunday is one of the warmer days ahead with forecasted highs near 14 degrees in the Metro.
Skies clear and temperatures drop again Monday. Hope is on the horizon with slightly more typical temperatures by Thursday.
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