Light Snow Expected to Continue on 1st Day of Spring

March 20, 2018 09:46 AM

The first day of spring has arrived, but winter is still hanging on.

KSTP's Jonathan Yuhas said light snow is expected to continue Tuesday, tapering off by Tuesday night. But there should not be much in the way of accumulation - more just a wet, nuisance snow.


The high is expected to be around 34 degrees.

Then Yuhas said Wednesday and Thursday could both see a mix of clouds and sun, with the high expected to be around 42 and 46 respectively.

The high is again expected to be around 46 Friday with rain developing in the late afternoon, possibly including some thunder.

And winter is not done yet.

Yuhas said to expect a high of around 35 Saturday when there is a 90 percent chance of rain and snow. Heavy accumulation is possible in some spots.





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