Four out of the last five days we have broken daytime high records, yesterday was another one as temperatures soared into the low 60s, breaking a record that has stood for 87 years. Wednesday the record is 57, also set back in 1930 and we are forecasting another record high with partly cloudy skies and a few showers.
Thursday night and Friday there is a Winter Storm Watch posted now for our region with the potential of 6"-12" of snow. It is all dependent on the track but the snow will start up Thursday night and wrap up midday on Friday.
Right now, the snow is expected to start in the Twin Cities Thursday night after sunset. The snow will continue all night and through Friday. We will likely see a difficult commute Friday morning and evening as the snow will continue to fall throughout the day. Temperatures will be in the 30s during the snowstorm, so the snow will likely be wet/sticky. The snow will end Friday night, but blowing snow will be an issue into Saturday.
Stay tuned as winter makes a comeback!
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