Monday looks a bit chillier, but pleasant and sunny in Twin Cities

March 24, 2019 10:37 PM

The temperature will drop a little in the Twin Cities Monday.

But KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas said conditions will still be pleasant with light wind and plenty of sunshine.


Yuhas is calling for a high of 44 degrees Monday with a low of just 29.

It is expected to warm back up to 50 degrees Tuesday. Then it gets downright balmy the day after that.

Yuhas' forecast calls for a high of 66 degrees in the metro Wednesday, which would mark the first time since Oct. 22 of last year that the temperature in the Twin Cities has gotten above 60 degrees.

It reached 61 that day, just four days after a high of 72 on Oct. 18 - marking the last time the Twin Cities has been above 70.

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