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St. Paul, MN

Scattered Clouds

26°F

38° | 28°

partly sunny

Feels like: 18°F
Pressure: 29.84"
Wind: SSE 7mph
Sky: Scattered Clouds
Humidity: 96%
Ceiling: Unl'
Dewpoint: 25° F
Visibility: 3mi
St. Paul, MN Hourly Forecast
7 a.m.
Partly Cloudy
26°
9 a.m.
Mostly Sunny
26°
11 a.m.
Partly Cloudy
32°
1 p.m.
Mostly Cloudy
35°
3 p.m.
Mostly Cloudy
36°
5 p.m.
Mostly Cloudy
36°
7 p.m.
Mostly Cloudy
37°
St. Paul, MN Hourly Forecast
7 a.m.
Partly Cloudy
26°
9 a.m.
Mostly Sunny
26°
11 a.m.
Partly Cloudy
32°
1 p.m.
Mostly Cloudy
35°
3 p.m.
Mostly Cloudy
36°
5 p.m.
Mostly Cloudy
36°
St. Paul, MN Extended Forecast
Monday
More clouds than sun
Hi: 38°
Lo: 28°
More clouds than sun
Tuesday
Mainly sunny
Hi: 34°
Lo: 20°
Mainly sunny
Wednesday
Snow showers in the morning
Hi: 28°
Lo: 24°
Snow showers in the morning
Thursday
Snow
Hi: 30°
Lo: 22°
Snow
Friday
Snow showers possible
Hi: 24°
Lo: 6°
Snow showers possible
Saturday
Partly cloudy
Hi: 10°
Lo: -8°
Partly cloudy
Sunday
Considerable cloudiness
Hi: 6°
Lo: -10°
Considerable cloudiness
St. Paul, MN Extended Forecast
Monday
More clouds than sun
Hi: 38°
Lo: 28°
More clouds than sun
Tuesday
Mainly sunny
Hi: 34°
Lo: 20°
Mainly sunny
Wednesday
Snow showers in the morning
Hi: 28°
Lo: 24°
Snow showers in the morning
Thursday
Snow
Hi: 30°
Lo: 22°
Snow
Friday
Snow showers possible
Hi: 24°
Lo: 6°
Snow showers possible
Saturday
Partly cloudy
Hi: 10°
Lo: -8°
Partly cloudy
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Today's Weather

The upcoming week will bring all kinds of weather to the Twin Cities starting with mild conditions Monday and Tuesday then some light snow Wednesday afternoon followed by a strong winter storm Thursday and Friday but wait there is more and that is bitter cold sub zero temperatures next weekend that will continue right into Christmas Day Monday. 

 

The most significant weather this week will be a winter storm Thursday and Friday.  The center of the winter storm will be near Omaha Thursday producing accumulating snows across eastern South Dakota right into southern Minnesota and central Wisconsin with snow amounts to exceed 5" in many areas.  Farther south in extreme southern Minnesota near the Iowa border freezing drizzle may cause very icy road conditions Thursday morning and afternoon before freezing drizzle changes to snow.  Increasing winds in southwest Minnesota and eastern South Dakota may produce near Blizzard conditions Thursday evening into Friday morning.   

 

The center of the winter storm will move to just north of Chicago by Friday afternoon and this will produce heavy snowfall from east of the Twin Cities through Eau Claire, Wausau, Green Bay and the U.P. of Michigan.  Rain will fall in the warm sector of the storm from Chicago and south.

 

Bitter cold will move into all areas of the Upper Midwest including Minnesota on Saturday.  Temperatures by Christmas Eve Day Sunday morning across Minnesota will range from -10 to -20 below up north and -5 to -10 below in the south.  Highs Christmas Day Monday in many areas across Minnesota will fail to even climb above zero. 

 

Well before we get to snow and cold at least we will see some mild weather in the Twin Cities on Monday with highs in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees.  Patchy fog Monday morning will left then skies will mainly be cloudy but some peeks of sun especially in the late morning are likely.  Winds will become breezy Monday afternoon from the Southwest at 10 to 15 mph.  If you are traveling north toward Duluth or Bemidji on Monday those areas will see 1" to 2" of snow.  Jonathan Yuhas 


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