Cold weather expected over the weekend

January 18, 2019 10:47 PM

Minnesotans will want to bundle up over the weekend as chilly weather is expected, according to KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl.

The cold comes a day after snow accumulated across the southern portion of the state.

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Early Friday evening, the National Weather Service reported there were 11 inches of snow in Clarks Grove, 10 inches in Sherburn, 8.5 in Albert Lea, 8 inches in Amboy, 8 inches in Glenville, 6 inches in St. James, 4 inches in Mankato, 4 inches in Waseca and 1.5 inches in Prior Lake.

Check weather conditions in your area using the KSTP weather page 

Temperatures on Saturday are expected to reach a high of 10 degrees during the day. Wind chills will likely be between zero to -5 degrees, according to Dahl. 

Temperatures are likely to only reach 10 degrees again Sunday. There is also a chance for flurries. 

Dahl said more snow is likely Monday and Tuesday.

 

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