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


MINNEAPOLIS - Flurries will taper off tonight after leaving a light dusting across the metro today. Temperatures will hold a bit warmer overnight, bottoming out in the middle to upper teens.

That gives us a little head start as some milder air makes its way in for tomorrow. Expect warmer than average high temperatures near 30 degrees to end the work week. In fact, the mild temperatures hang on with 30s in the forecast up until Christmas Eve. Accompanying this warmer air is some light snow and rain that will slowly but surely start to accumulate early next week. It looks like travelers will be dealing with some winter weather leading up to the holiday, especially if your plans take you east.

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