Just a Normal November Monday Weather-Wise in the Twin Cities

November 13, 2017 09:36 AM

Call it a return to normalcy - for November anyway.

KSTP's  Cheif Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow says temperatures Monday in the Twin Cities will start out in the 20s, but rise into the lower 40s before the day is out.


Barlow's forecast calls for a low of 38 overnight; followed by a high of 50 on Tuesday with a chance of patchy drizzle or even a few rain showers. 

It will get cooler Wednesday. Barlow is calling for a high of just 38 and a low of 26 with partial sunshine. Expect it to be windier as well.

The forecast calls for partly sunny skies Thursday with a high of 40. 

However, it appears the weekend may be a chilly one. Looking ahead, Barlow is calling for highs of 30 on both Saturday and Sunday.



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