More sun, some rain headed toward Twin Cities

April 14, 2019 03:46 PM

The area can expect a fairly cloudy overnight period into Sunday, although western Minnesota is already experiencing clearer skies. Following a Saturday that was well below average in regards to temperature, we'll slowly see some breaks in the sky as the overnight progresses, with an overnight low  of 27 degrees.

KSTP Meteorologist Nicole Mitchell says Sunday will warm up to about 46 degrees, which is about 10 degrees below average for this time of year. The mostly sunny skies will start melting some of the accumulated snow off. Monday could hit a high of 54 degrees, and Tuesday could be as warm as 62 degrees. Wednesday and Thursday will likely see some rain with slight temperature drops to boot. With rain could also come some flooding potential across the region, though rivers have already begun to drop. 


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