Chilly Friday in Metro, but Some Sunshine Expected

October 11, 2018 09:21 PM

The chilly weather is expected to continue Friday in the Twin Cities, but KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas said the day is likely to bring at least some sunshine.

His forecast calls for a high of just 45 degrees with a mix of cloud and sun.


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It warms up some Saturday when Yuhas expects a high of around 54 with a mix of clouds and sun. A few sprinkles could pop up toward evening. 

But things cool down again Sunday when Yuhas said the high will likely rise to only around 42 and flurries are possible.

There is warmth coming, though. Yuhas said a high of 60 could be possible by next Thursday.


Frank Rajkowski

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