GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — We are starting out with a little bit of fog this morning. Prone locations along with a few areas in the northern suburbs have visibilities down to less than 1/2 mile this morning. The fog will burn off and we will have a balmy weekend. The average high is 31 today and hits the 32 degree mark tomorrow, and both days look like they will be around 40 degrees.
If both days this weekend top out in the 40s, it’ll be the first time since December 21 and 22 we’ve had a string of days that warm.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t last too long. By Monday, highs slip back into the middle 30s and the cloudy skies return to start off the work week. On Tuesday we will have a clipper moving through giving us some light snow.
Flurries will linger on Wednesday as highs continue to fall. Wednesday afternoon will see highs near 30 with lower to middle 20s for Thursday and Friday. Morning temperatures will fall back into the single digits to wrap up next week into the weekend with partly cloudy skies. So get out and enjoy this warmer weather while you can!
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