MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Temperatures are expected to be right at average Saturday, with more snow on the way over the next few days.
According to WCCO weather forecaster Katie Steiner, Saturday will see high temperatures in the mid-20s with a low of 13 degrees in the evening. Conditions will be mostly cloudy.READ MORE: Johnson & Johnson Says Research Shows Booster Increases COVID-19 Protection
More snow is expected Sunday afternoon in the metro area, with 1 to 2 inches possible. Western Minnesota could see snow earlier. Expect more cloudy conditions in the mid-20s
The western area of Minnesota could see strong winds, so the greatest travel hazard would be there.READ MORE: Twin Cities Housing Shortage Is Worst In Nation, Census Data Says
Monday, there will be a dip in temperatures. Then, a potentially larger storm could be possible Tuesday night into Wednesday.
“This one has the potential to be big, with some areas getting more than 6 inches (again, potentially here), but we just have to wait and see where the heavier bands are going to set up,” Steiner said.MORE NEWS: 4 Minnesotans Named Finalists In Competition For BIPOC Entrepreneurs
Watch the latest forecast above.
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