GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — Clouds will increase during the overnight hours which will help to keep the temperatures relatively mild compared to what we saw earlier in the week. Morning lows for Saturday should be in the upper 20s across the lower half of Minnesota while northern Minnesota and western Wisconsin should wake up to the low to middle 20s.
Saturday will be mostly cloudy but temperatures should climb into the lower 40s for most of the region. Overnight Saturday into early Sunday will be the next chance for moisture as rain develops over central Minnesota and pushes east. As colder air starts to arrive during the night, the rain will switch over to a wintry mix, particularly in western Wisconsin.
Sunday morning will bring the end to the rain and snow mixed showers. It'll continue to feel mild in the mid to upper 30s with overcast skies. Highs will be in the upper 30s to low 40s right through next week with perhaps another shot of rain and snow late Wednesday night.
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