Cold front rolling into the Twin Cities

January 16, 2019 10:25 PM

It may have felt colder Wednesday.

But KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl said that was only the beginning.


The high temperature Thursday is expected be around 24 degrees. But then the mercury really starts to drop.

Temperatures around the state

Dahl said the high Friday is expected to be only 14 and the low could drop to -2, which would mark the first time all winter the temperature in the Twin Cities has dipped below zero. A few flurries are also possible.

The high Saturday is expected to be around 8 and the forecast high for Sunday is only 10. Temperatures are again expected to drop below zero both days.

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