Highs in the 30s, some flurries possible Monday

January 13, 2019 10:42 PM

KSTP meteorologist Sam Ryan says Monday will bring on more temperatures above average, along with a chance for flurries in the eastern part of the state.

The high in the Twin Cities will be 34. 


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Ryan advises that Minnesotans be prepared for a dramatic change in weather by Wednesday. Highs will fall into the teens with lows hitting below-zero temperatures. Along with the cold front moving in, some snow will also create some problems towards the end of the week. 

Up to an inch of snow is possible Friday morning, and more snow could hit the state next Sunday. Ryan says temperatures will be closer to average this time of year by the end of the week. 

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