Twin Cities experience summer-like 70s for first time since November

The sun peeks through the clouds in Rosemount. Photo: KSTP/Jonathan Yuhas. The sun peeks through the clouds in Rosemount.

Ben Rodgers
Updated: March 29, 2021 04:10 PM
Created: March 29, 2021 03:26 PM

Monday marked the warmest day in the Twin Cities since November. 

During the afternoon, temperatures reached 70 degrees. According to KSTP Meteorologist Ken Barlow, the last time temperatures were in the 70s was Nov. 8, when temperatures reached 72 degrees. 

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According to the National Weather Service, the arrival of temperatures in the 70s is "well ahead of the 30 year average of April 8th." 

The warm weather, however, will be short-lived. 

Temperatures are expected to drop in the low 40s again Monday evening. Similar temperatures will then be expected through the day Tuesday. 

Temperatures will remain around the 40-degree mark again Wednesday before rising again Thursday. 

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