GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn — Yesterday was windy with multiple rounds of light showers and even some thunderstorms! Today will be much quieter. Low clouds will rule the majority of the day with a small chance of a spotty shower during the morning hours.
Tonight low clouds start to diminish and skies turn partly cloudy. After a strong cold front moves in from Canada late this evening, this will bring the coldest air of the season tomorrow morning, with frost likely.
Frost advisory will go in effect for the metro, and a freeze warning for counties north and west, in purple. This will be set to expire tomorrow morning.
Friday brings a change, looking bright and sunny with a high around 50 degrees, typical for Halloween but not the second day of October.
Isolated showers are likely Saturday with highs pushing into the low 50s. Sunday looks dry but still cool. The long range outlook for next week looks warmer with highs above average as we are pushing into early October.
By the way, the average high early next week is 63 degrees, with 43 for a low. Those average temps drop to 61 and 41 by Sunday.
Take a look a the updated fall color report. The counties highlighted in red are at peak!
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