GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn — A light wintry mix moves through the metro today and tonight with no accumulation in the forecast for the metro. It's a cool and windy day ahead with highs in the 30s and wind chills in 20s. Hopefully you haven't packed away all the winter gear just yet!
Any snow that does come down around the Twin Cities will likely only stick to grassy surfaces, and melt rather quickly. Roads around here should just be wet.
However, areas in northwest Minnesota could see several inches of accumulation.
Things dry out by Wednesday, but clouds are likely to linger. Temperatures will stay near or just cooler than average, in the low to mid 50s. Temps warm into the mid 50s toward the end of the week, with perhaps a few rain showers later Friday into Saturday.
What's interesting is April 13 (today) is statistically the average last measurable snowfall of the season. We'll see if Mother Nature holds to that timeline.
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