Warmer tomorrow for the Twin Cities, snow and wintry mix up north

Here’s your Tuesday evening forecast for March 5, 2024 from Minnesota’s Weather Authority and Meteorologist Wren Clair.

The weather remains quiet for most of Minnesota through the middle of the week. There is a Winter Weather Advisory in effect for the far northwest corner of the state on Wednesday afternoon through the night. Up to an inch of snow is possible from about Fergus Falls to Hibbing, an inch or two around Bemidji and International Falls, and 2 to 4 inches closer to Rosseau.

Temperatures tomorrow and Thursday are in the low-50s for the Twin Cities, but we also trend cloudier. A few light and spotty rain showers as well as a light mix of flurries/sprinkle will be possible Wednesday night into Thursday. This is really a slight chance for trace amounts of moisture.

Friday there’s a slight chance for rain, but this is more likely across far southeastern Minnesota, and even more so south and east of Minnesota entirely. Cloud cover decreases behind this system into Friday afternoon, which means sunny skies over the weekend into the start of next week.

Have a wonderful night!