Following a couple of flurries Monday, a robust storm passing south of Minnesota brings heavier snow and one other spherical of journey issues Tuesday into Wednesday.
Temperatures Monday began off barely above common, with many of the state starting from the one digits to low teenagers.
Behind a chilly entrance that moved via Sunday and with one other minor disturbance transferring throughout Minnesota Monday, temperatures don’t heat a lot, placing the afternoon barely cooler than Sunday. Highs will fluctuate from the one digits north to decrease 20s south.
This is about 10 levels under common north, however solely barely under common south.
A minor disturbance is bringing mild snow, predominantly flurries, throughout Minnesota. As of 8:30 a.m., there’s a slender hall of snow from about Moorhead to Brainerd and north to Grand Rapids. It is so mild, a lot of it isn’t even being picked up by radar. This space continues south, together with presumably bringing flurries across the Twin Cities from late morning to early afternoon.No important accumulation is anticipated.
That disturbance additionally retains a couple of extra clouds throughout the state Monday, however there may also be some sunshine blended in.
Skies clear by the in a single day, permitting for a a lot colder begin Tuesday, with a lot of central and northern Minnesota under zero.
Another mid-week snowstorm
Already by Tuesday morning, clouds return shortly, adopted by snow that begins transferring into the southwestern nook of the state.By afternoon, snow spreads throughout the state.Here is the present forecast timing for southern Minnesota:
The storm itself stays south of the state, and due to that monitor, northern Minnesota sees solely mild snow at 1 to 2 inches, and snow will get heavier as you head south.
The southern fringe of the state will see essentially the most important snowfall, with 4 to six inches at the moment anticipated, however this might fluctuate relying on the exact monitor the storm takes.
Because southern Minnesota can count on the brunt of the storm, that a part of the state is already underneath a winter climate advisory from Tuesday at 9 a.m. to Wednesday at 3 a.m.
Parts of the state could also be upgraded to a winter storm warning because the storm approaches.
We will hold you up to date right here on Updraft and on MPR News.
One huge distinction between this storm and final weeks blizzard, is that the upcoming storm doesn’t have extraordinarily excessive winds related to it, so blowing snow is not going to be as prevalent.
The storm begins winding down in a single day Tuesday and clears out for many of the state Wednesday morning. The Arrowhead might get a bit lingering snow into Wednesday afternoon.
Behind the snowstorm, Minnesota returns to a a lot quieter sample via the tip of the week. No important snow is anticipated, and temperatures stay seasonable via Saturday, with highs largely within the teenagers and 20s.
Here is that forecast for the Twin Cities via Friday:
You can hear my stay climate updates on Minnesota Public Radio at 7:48 a.m. Monday via Friday morning.
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