Warmer Weather to Stick Around Through Weekend

April 20, 2018 10:40 PM

Minnesotans will continue to experience a warmup Saturday and over the weekend, according the Chief Meterologist Dave Dahl.

Dahl said highs should reach around the mid-50s in most areas of the state Saturday, with some patchy fog expected early in the morning. 

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The snow will continue to melt with the warmer weather hanging around through Monday, with highs reaching 66 then.

Dahl added the tree pollen season is a couple weeks behind, but Saturday will see a spike up to the medium-high range for those with allergies. Sunday is expected to reach the high range. The three trees that contribute high pollen levels are Juniper, Elm and Poplar.

The sunnier, warmer weather will take a turn on Tuesday, as Dahl says some possible rain-showers are expected with temperatures in the mid-50s to low-60s. 

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