High temperature to breach 60 degrees on Sunday

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Sunday starts the second week of March, but it’s going to feel a lot more like the last week in April.

For the first time this year, the high will be in the 60s, according to KSTP Meteorologist Sam Ryan. The last time we hit 60 degrees was on Oct. 20.

We’ll see some clouds on Sunday, and those will thicken up as a front moves through later in the day. There could be a chance for sprinkles Sunday night and into early Monday morning.

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Then on Tuesday, we’ll see a chance for a mix of rain and snow.

With the big snowmelt this weekend, some areas could see some flooding ahead, especially on the Crow River around Delano, Minnesota and Cottonwood rivers at New Ulm and the Minnesota River at Jordan and Shakopee.