Much cooler air has invaded the region, and it will stick around for some time.
It won’t be cold, but more typical for early December. High pressure will pass overhead Tuesday night, keeping us clear, calming the wind and allowing the temps to drop. Clouds will increase Wednesday, and we have a few shots at precipitation over the next several days. The first shot looks extremely light, but it could prove to be pesky.
A batch of drizzle is possible in the Twin Cities late Wednesday night, but the temps could be cool enough north for freezing drizzle. Be careful if you are traveling.
The next batch arrives Friday and could bring us enough snow to cover the grass. Your drive to work Friday morning should be fine. I think the flakes will be flying on your drive home.
The third batch could bring more snow Sunday, but the latest data is pushing that storm system farther south. That could mean another shutout for us.