Cold Air Lingers, Isolated Flurries Saturday in the Metro

November 17, 2018 07:34 AM

Cold air will linger Saturday in the metro area, although the sun is briefly expected to peek through the clouds.

Meteorologist Sam Ryan said Saturday will be breezy and cold, with a wind chill around 10 degrees.


Meanwhile, isolated flurries are possible before sunshine Saturday.

Ryan said a high of 26 is expected Saturday.

Ryan added those south of the metro woke up to a fresh coating of snow Saturday morning. Ryan said those near the Minnesota River valley received up to 5 inches of snow, but most areas south of the metro received 1-3 inches of snow.

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