Rain tomorrow, wintry mix to snow Up North

Good Thursday evening! What an incredibly warm and pleasant mid-December day! Highs today were back into the mid to low-50s across most of Minnesota. Today’s record high is 55°, 1998. The Twin Cities saw a high of 52° today. Cloud cover increases overnight west to east with our next storm system. Spotty rain showers are possible Friday morning, but the more widespread rainfall looks to build in during the afternoon into Friday night.

Overnight Friday, rain transitions to snow across north central and northeastern Minnesota into northwestern Wisconsin. Snow could mix in with the rain overnight into the Twin Cities as well. Saturday still features scattered rain showers that taper off into the afternoon. Sunday and next week look to stay mainly dry, with temperatures still trending above average (highs generally near 40°, and lows in the mid to upper-20s).

Have a wonderful night!