Chilly Friday Ahead in Twin Cities

May 11, 2018 09:40 AM

It's going to be a chilly Friday in the Twin Cities.

KSTP Chief Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow said the high is expected to reach only 49 degrees, and his forecast calls for cloudy conditions with rain showers likely.


Those showers are expected to end late Friday evening and the low overnight is expected to be 42.

It warms up a bit Saturday when the high is expected to be 64, though the forecast still calls for partly cloudy conditions.

But Barlow said it will get nicer in time for Mother's Day Sunday, when conditions are expected to be partly-to-mostly sunny with a high of 74.

And the sunshine continues to start the work week Monday, along with what is expected to be a high of 80.


Frank Rajkowski

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