It was a chilly one on Thursday. And that wind made it feel like the teens at times.
Temperatures will rise into Friday as a wedge of warm air moves in ahead of a cold front dragging behind a low pressure center to the north. The snow will be limited to northern Minnesota and could accumulate in areas.
The main concern is the combination of falling and blowing snow with the strong wind.
The cool air behind the cold front will stick around through Saturday, and another system arrives Sunday bringing a mix of rain and snow to the area.
Packer fans will drive through rain heading to the dome while the snow falls mainly up north.
And about Thanksgiving — it could be the coldest one since 1989.