Chilly weather expected Wednesday

Updated: February 18, 2020 10:32 PM

Minnesotans will want to bundle up when leaving the house Wednesday, according to KSTP Meteorologist Wren Clair. 

Clair said highs for Tuesday are expected to be around 12 degrees, however, she said some areas of the metro may not get out of the single digits. 


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Wind speeds could reach 5 to 10 mph during day, Clair said. 

Another chilly day can be expected with temperatures only reaching a high of 17 degrees Thursday. However, a warmup is on the way. 

By Friday, temperatures could reach the high 30s. Clair said similar temperatures would last through the weekend. 

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