Light wintry mix and light scattered snow overnight

Here’s your Monday evening forecast for December 4, 2023 from Minnesota’s Weather Authority and Meteorologist Wren Clair.

A light wintry mix of rain/snow is possible this evening. As we continue to cool off tonight, we’ll mainly see light scattered snow as the dominant precipitation type. A dusting of snowfall is possible overnight into early Tuesday morning. Overnight lows stay above average in the upper-20s. Your Tuesday forecast starts off with flurries and patchy fog. That being said, the fog is more likely along and north of I-94. Tuesday morning trends cloudy, with decreasing clouds west to east Tuesday afternoon.

Temperatures by Wednesday are back into the mid-40s, with Thursday’s high temperatures in the low-50s. Record highs are in the mid-50s, so we’ll be near record highs. Temperatures stay in the mid-40s Friday, with a cool-down back into the 30s by the weekend. Overall, this is another mild and predominantly dry week.

Have a wonderful night!