Pleasant Wednesday forecast, mainly mild and dry week ahead

Here’s your Tuesday evening forecast for November 28, 2023 from Minnesota’s Weather Authority and Meteorologist Wren Clair.

Despite a cold start to your Tuesday forecast with single digit lows for most of the metro, warmer air continues to build into Minnesota and Wisconsin. Western Minnesota was first to see the warmer air build in, and that’s where temperatures were in the mid to even upper-30s today. The Twin Cities reached 32° today, which is seasonable (but the east metro was cooler as they were last to have the warmer air build in). Tonight’s low temperatures are back into the mid-20s for most of the metro, which is near average.

Your Wednesday forecast features mostly sunny skies, and above average temperatures in the mid to low-40s. Our significantly above average temperatures tomorrow last for tomorrow alone. A cold front that tracks through the Upper Midwest as a dry front overnight Wednesday, will lead to a more seasonable and breezier Thursday forecast (average highs for the Twin Cities are at 34° tomorrow).

Most of the next week into the start of December looks to trend mostly dry, with slightly above average temperatures. There are some chances for light snow late Saturday into Sunday morning, and a light wintry mix is possible at times Sunday. Some light scattered snow showers are again possible late Monday and overnight Monday. These chances for precipitation don’t look to be widespread, and significant accumulation currently doesn’t look likely.

Have a wonderful night!