Weather May Be Warm, But Skiing Still an Option

November 30, 2017 10:35 PM

While the rest of the week is expected to bring above-normal temperatures, skiing is still an option for those in the Twin Cities, according to KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl and KSTP's weekly ski report.

Friday is expected to be partly cloudy, with temperatures reaching the high 40s. Both Saturday and Sunday are expected to see the high 40s as well.

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Temperatures are expected to drop Monday, reaching 40 degrees.

Warm weather won't stop those wanting to hit the slopes, though. Dahl said there is plenty of snow at area ski destinations. According to the weekly KSTP ski report, there is 18 inches of snow at Afton Alps, 18 inches of snow at Buck Hill, four feet of snow at Welch Village and over four feet at Wild Mountain. 

Weather more appropriate for skiing is expected to return Tuesday, with temperatures dropping to 25 degrees.

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