Minneapolis/St. Paul forecast from the KARE 11 weather team.
MINNEAPOLIS -- A few light rain showers will move in tonight, continuing the damp conditions. With temperatures continuing to slowly rise we won't have to worry about the puddles refreezing tonight.
We can expect some sunny rays Sunday peeking through scattered rain showers that look to fall mainly in on and off for most of the day, tapering late with mainly cloudy skies expected. Expect even warmer temperatures with widespread 40s across the state, especially south.
Then winter returns Monday with snow, blowing snow and dropping temperatures. Light accumulations will continue on and off through early Thursday morning before a quiet but cool travel forecast moves in for the long weekend.
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