Temps to Remain Below Average

March 07, 2018 10:29 PM

KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl said because of the snow Minnesota received earlier this week, temperatures are expected to remain below average for the next few days.

Going into Thursday, Dahl said drivers do not need to expect refreeze on the roads due to the lack of snowmelt during the day Wednesday.


Thursday is expected to be mostly sunny, with temperatures reaching a high of only 30 degrees.

Temperatures are expected to break past the freezing point Friday, reaching 34 degrees. They will rise again Saturday, reaching a high of 37.

Dahl said a jet stream could move into the area Saturday night, which could bring snow. If that happens, he said he expects a small amount of accumulation.

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Ben Rodgers

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