MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – We hope you took the chance to get outside and enjoy the sun on Sunday, because changes are coming in the forecast this week.

There wasn’t a cloud in the sky on Sunday as we enjoyed a sun-filled fall day in the 60s, but it’s the last warm day we’ll have for a while. This coming week is the first that it will actually feel like fall for an extended time.

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And precipitation will fall later this week that could be in the form of heavy white flakes and not rain. That’s right, snow might be in our future.

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We’ll start the week relatively quiet and cool with a high temperature Monday in the low 50s and a chance for afternoon and evening showers in the Twin Cities. It will also be breezy with winds at 20 to 30 miles per hour at times.

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Temperatures will fall during the week and by Friday, we’ll have a high only in the low 40s. And either Thursday or Friday, there’s a good chance for rain and even wet snow.