Light rain overnight, and warmer tomorrow

Here’s your Tuesday evening forecast for November 7, 2023 from Minnesota’s Weather Authority and Meteorologist Wren Clair.

Good evening! Scattered light rain showers are possible overnight into early tomorrow morning. Most of the rainfall totals stay under about 0.1″ of rainfall. Far northeastern Minnesota has a Winter Weather Advisory in place overnight through mid-morning tomorrow with 3″-5″ of snow for much of Lake and Cook counties.

Temperatures tonight for the metro stay in the low-40s, so we’ll keep rain (not snow) in the forecast. While temperatures tomorrow are mild and in the low-50s, behind a cold front tomorrow PM our winds pick up out of the west-northwest. This will mean a colder and windy Wednesday night into Thursday. While Thursday and Friday trend cooler behind the front, we’re warmer again this Sunday into next week. Rainfall chances through the next 7-days for the Twin Cities are light to near no precipitation at all. Light scattered snow showers Up North are again possible Wednesday overnight through Friday morning.

Have a wonderful night!