Minneapolis/St. Paul forecast from the KARE 11 weather team.


MINNEAPOLIS -- Snow has moved on, skies are clearing temperatures made it to the mid 20s and now will fall through the teens during the evening hours. Snow in the metro was around 1"-2" in most locations but south of the metro toward Mankato amounts reached just over 6" in a few spots. Snow is moving southeast and will exit the state tonight moving into Iowa.

Overnight tonight temps will drop to around zero to five above making for a very cold start to Thanksgiving with sunshine. Highs Thursday will be just in the low to mid teens, but with sunshine to start out and clouds will thicken up after 5pm. The next clipper moves through Thursday night bringing us another bout of quick light snow mainly in northern Minnesota during the day ending here in the morning on Friday. We rebound quickly to near 30 degrees by Friday & Saturday, turning colder again on Sunday.

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