Reporting Chris Shaffer
We currently have a snow depth in the Twin Cities of two inches. That is what remains from our snowfall last Saturday. Since then temperatures have been cool enough for our snow to stick around, but that will change this weekend.
The arctic air will slide toward the East Coast and allow warmer air to come our way from the west.
Expect near average highs Saturday afternoon (28 degrees) with a good deal of sunshine. Sunday will be even warmer. The metro will warm to near 40 degrees, and towns in western Minnesota that lack the snow pack should punch into the 40s for highs.
Your drive to work Monday morning could take a bit longer with some light snow falling at that time. Some of the models hint at some light freezing drizzle, just a heads up.