Morning sun leads to a chance of rain in the afternoon

Updated: November 16, 2019 07:40 AM

A sunny morning will lead to a cloudy, possibly rainy afternoon according to KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas.

Yuhas forecasts a high of 45 degrees with a low remaining above freezing tonight at 33 degrees. 


Take a look at current temps statewide

Sun will turn into increasing cloud coverage as the day moves along with light rain possible later in the night and a mix of rain and snow possible into Sunday morning.

The week ahead looks to be mild with highs in the low 40s all week long. The best chance for snow will be the possibility of a light dusting of up to one inch Thursday morning. 

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