Near-record high expected Sunday

More unseasonably warm weather is expected Sunday to cap off a weekend of above-freezing temperatures.

Temperatures will be in the high 30s to start the day and are expected to reach 46 by the afternoon, KSTP Meteorologist Sam Ryan said. The all-time high for Feb. 2 in the Twin Cities is 48, a record set in 1991. Although there will be some clouds, the sun will be visible Sunday.

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We’ll have dropping temperatures and a chance for some light snowfall on Monday as a cold front moves through the metro.

Starting Tuesday and continuing through the rest of the week, we can expect weather that’s more typical for this time of year, Ryan said. We will consistently see highs won the 20s and lows in the single digits.