MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – This weekend brings round an finish to a stretch of above-average temperatures.
It’ll get again close to freezing temps and the wind gained’t be serving to. Wind gusts on Saturday had been round 35 mph within the morning. It’ll keep breezy all through the afternoon.
Skies might be clear, however Saturday and Sunday would be the solely dry and sunny days for the following week, in line with WCCO Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak.
One storm managed our climate all final week, and 1 storm will management our climate this coming week. Between, this wknd, we’ll catch (and see) our breath 🌬 Wind chills the following 2 mornings might be extra typical of February, with sunny & chilly aft’ns. See you 8a @WCCO #MNwx #WIwx pic.twitter.com/ceXhkzxY8P
— Mike Augustyniak (@MikeAugustyniak) March 26, 2022
A storm which is presently over the Pacific Ocean will trigger main journey impacts Tuesday evening into Thursday.
There are two totally different eventualities that would play out: one exhibits rain growing Tuesday night, bringing in a mixture of snow and rain on Wednesday. After that, a second wave of snow may fall all day Thursday. If that occurs, we’ll be shoveling and plowing.
One other pc mannequin exhibits the same system, but it surely strikes out of Minnesota a lot sooner. However Augustyniak says the second mannequin strikes winter storms too quick, so the primary state of affairs appears more likely.