Temperatures to cool off Sunday; light snow possible

A mostly dry cold front is heading through the state, and that should bring us back down to average temperatures on Sunday.

KSTP Meteorologist Nicole Mitchell said we can expect a high of 25 on Sunday, and a weather system could bring some light snow in the evening. A round of warmer air is coming right behind that cold front, so that snow could turn to freezing drizzle by Monday morning.

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Snow totals range between 1 and 3 inches, but that could vary based on temperatures and how much rain mixes in, Mitchell said.

We’re back to colder temperatures with lows in the single digits starting Tuesday, but that will be coupled with plenty of sun through the rest of the week.