Minneapolis/St. Paul forecast from the KARE 11 weather team.
MINNEAPOLIS - Overnight we'll look for more clouds, fog, and haze to continue with maybe a stray flurry or isolated drizzle. Temps will remain nearly steady in the low 30s. Highs Sunday should top out in the middle to even perhaps upper 30s. Clouds will continue to hang on and we'll look for areas of patchy drizzle and a few flurries.
The main areas of precip. arrive Sunday night as plain old rain showers develop and push through during the day Monday. We won't see a lot of rain, but look for scattered light rain showers starting very early Monday. Colder air will slowly wrap into the system late Monday turning what's left from rain to snow showers Monday night into Tuesday. Accumulations look limited in the southern part of the state (including the Twin Cities metro). Look for a light coating to maybe a half inch of snowfall. One to three inch amounts are more possible in central and northern Minnesota. This system will not be a 'big' snow producer for likely anyone. Colder air moves in by Christmas returning temps to 'normal' (which is the mid 20s). Another quick moving clipper system could bring additional light snow Thursday night into early Friday with another slightly cooler blast of air bringing highs to just around 20 next weekend.
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