Our flurries will pass, causing some slowing on the roads. We haven’t had much experience in the snowfall department this year with only 1.1 inches in the Twin Cities.
Some south of the Twin Cities could see some minimal accumulation this evening, but the big headline is still focused on the cold air on the way.
To date, our coldest day was Nov. 12, when we started at 12 degrees and only had a high of 28. We will beat both of those marks this weekend as cold air streams down from Canada.
Not only will it be cold, but the wind will make it feel below zero at times this weekend (specifically Saturday and Sunday mornings). I don’t see any big storms through Thanksgiving, which is great news for any regional travel. But it will be a cold holiday with temps below average.