Minneapolis/St. Paul forecast from the KARE 11 weather team.
MINNEAPOLIS -Flurries are possible tonight with low temperatures near 30. We should see decreasing clouds overnight. A few clouds are possible tomorrow morning as the large area of low pressure moves away from our area. That low pressure center will still keep us with a windy and chilly day ahead. Highs will likely be in the upper 40s. Wind speeds will again be from the northwest at 15-25mph. Tomorrow night high pressure should move in which will drop the wind speeds for tomorrow and keep our skies clear.
For Thursday we will see highs near 51 and sunny skies. It will be cold in the morning with lows near 28. On Friday a weak storm system is expected to develop in Iowa which might bring some rain to southern Minnesota. The timing looks like Friday afternoon at this point. Areas north of the Twin Cities could stay dry. Stay tuned for updates. We should see highs near 60 degrees this weekend.
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