Mostly sunny Monday, warmer temps on the way

March 17, 2019 09:21 PM

We're in for a nice weather week, with temperatures climbing into the 50s and little precipitation expected.

KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas says the work week will start out in the low 20s at sunrise, but will get up to about 40 Monday afternoon. Winds will stay between 5-10 mph throughout the day.


Spring officially begins Wednesday, and, as of right now, we're looking at high temps in the 50s this weekend, Yuhas said.

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However, Yuhas also says to expect flooding to continue this week with ice jams and rising river levels still possible in many areas, with worst conditions on the Minnesota River from New Ulm to Mankato and Savage. 

At this point, Yuhas says the work week looks to be pretty dry with some showers possible this weekend. 

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