More Sun, Above-Average Temps for Tuesday

November 28, 2017 05:46 AM

On a November Monday in Minnesota, shirtless runners were out after sunset – sweating. 

The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport recorded a 60 degree temperature reading midafternoon Monday. That fell 4 degrees shy of a record here, but in St. Cloud, a high of 58 degrees tied the record set in 1998.

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Above-average temperatures will continue Tuesday, KSTP Meteorologist Sam Ryan says. Tuesday's high is expected to reach 45 degrees in the Twin Cities under a mostly sunny sky.

The average daytime high for this time of year is 34 degrees, Ryan says. 

But while temps remain above average this week, Ryan says a cold front situated over northwest Canada and Alaska could move in sometime next week and usher in winter. 

That's another way of saying enjoy the warmth while it lasts. 

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