Cold day Wednesday, but a break from snow

February 12, 2019 10:28 PM

It'll be another cold day on Wednesday, but it will at least be free of snow.

KSTP Meteorologist Dave Dahl said flurries should move out around the midnight hour, with no additional accumulations expected.


Dahl said Wednesday morning will start at around 4 degrees and the high Wednesday will climb into the mid-teens during the daytime, but may climb into the low 20s late in the day, thanks to some warmer air. 

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Snow is again possible on Thursday, as a small band is expected to break out around midday, but it won't last long or produce much accumulation-wise. Dahl said up to about an inch is possible Thursday.

The forecast calls for temperatures to stay in the teens over the weekend, with evening flurries possible again on Saturday.

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