Tuesday was the nicest day we will have this week. It is going to cool down, get windy and we might even see some snow.
We shot up to 76 degrees on Sunday. We will be near 70 for a high on Tuesday. Yet, I’m talking about a chance of snow.
Monday’s high was 48 degrees, and that will be the coolest day of the week.
This was a great song from Buddy Holly, and sadly it is the expression that comes to mind when I look at our next storm system.
Saturday is the last full day of winter. And yet it will feel like spring throughout the day. We will have plenty of sunshine, especially early in the day with a high up near 50 degrees. The wind will pick up from the southeast blowing about 10-15 mph by afternoon.
Yes, our temps will finally be warm enough for rain showers, not snow.
It is going to be windy throughout the day Saturday. The wind will slowly subside as the day wears on, but don’t expect it to warm up.
It will be nice to have a dry day Thursday with some sunshine and temps near average (38 degrees these days in the Twin Cities).
We have made the top 10 in a category most would rather not be a part of…the snowiest winters on record.
We will finally start to feel some mild air. Our “February Freeze” is coming to an end.
I’m not talking about my beloved music again; I’m referring to another cold one tonight.
The coldest air so far this season is upon us. We are in wind chill advisories, wind chill warnings and even the experimental extreme cold warning up north.
Our coldest air of the season will arrive early Thursday. We will be brushed by some light flurries early in the day, but the real sting will be the northwest wind blowing 10-20 mph with higher gusts.
It has snowed on 15 of our 17 January days. We take a break from the snow for a few days, but focus on that other January staple — the cold.
You may utter this phrase when it comes to the snow. It snowed pretty much all day Monday and we only racked up an inch.
Friday will feature our last Alberta Clipper system to roll through on our northwest winds. It is moving quickly and pretty starved of moisture, so any accumulation will be minimal.
The models have been very consistent with our approaching storm. Wednesday will be a warm day with increasing clouds and high in the mid-30s.
We have been on the cool side of average long enough. We will have a nice little warming trend over the next few days.
It was a chilly one on Thursday. And that wind made it feel like the teens at times.