MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It looks like the big storm that dumped more than four feet of snow on parts of Colorado will miss us to the south.

We are nearly 20 inches below average here in the Twin Cities this winter.  So expect a dry weekend with highs well above the average of 26 degrees.

It will be a foggy start in western Minnesota with a little sunshine possible later in the day.  Highs will be in the upper 30s.  Sunday will be sunnier with highs possibly cracking into the low 40s.

The next best shot of snow appears to be one week from Sunday.  Of course a lot can (and probably will) change by then.  Have a great weekend.

Comments (4)
  1. Sue J says:

    Strange weather alright, I want by Halla Greens in Chaska and their driving range was open.

  2. Happy says:

    Yea! If this is global warming I’m all for it. We got enough snow last year for two years anyhow.

  3. joan says:

    Our winter in Wichita, Kansas, has been absolutely balmy. I’m waiting, waiting, waiting for some winter, but it may just pass us by. Of course, Alaska and much of Europe is very cold, so I’m not sure it’s “global warming.” Just one of those warm winters, I think.

  4. Karen Hoylo says:

    This has been the worse winter here in my 74 years ! I live here partly because I like snow. I am afraid we are in for a HOT summer, and instead of 4-5 months of it , we may have 6 months — oofta !! How can anyone question global warming ?

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