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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Enjoy Friday and Saturday’s warm weather, because it’s probably the last time until next spring we’ll see temperatures above normal.

In the meantime, parts of northwestern Minnesota are under a winter storm watch with up to six inches of snow expected to fall in the area between Friday and Saturday night. The snow, combined with high winds, could make for tough traveling conditions this weekend.

In the Twin Cities, things will be pretty calm in weather terms, at least until Sunday. We’re expected to have a cloudy Friday afternoon with a high in the low 50s. If you have any outdoor chores to do, Saturday is the day to do them.

We’ll have scattered showers throughout the first day of the weekend with a high around 60 degrees. Then the real fun begins on Sunday as winds will pick up around the metro and we could have some snow showers early. Accumulating snow isn’t expected, but it will be the start of a cooler pattern.

Get your up-to-date forecast at wcco.com/weather.

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