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NWS: Temps in Twin Cities hit 50 degrees for 1st time since November

NWS: Temps in Twin Cities hit 50 degrees for 1st time since November Photo: KSTP/Frank Rajkowski

March 21, 2019 05:03 PM

After a winter of chilly temps and record-breaking snowfall, Minnesotans are starting to get a hint of spring.

That included temperatures hitting the 50s Thursday.

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According to the National Weather Service, that marks the first time temperatures have been in the 50s since Nov. 1, 2018, which was 139 days ago.

Moving into the weekend, Minnesotans will be able to continue enjoying spring-like weather.

According to KSTP meteorologist Wren Clair, temperatures Friday are expected to near 50 again. Come Saturday, temperatures could reach a high of 55 degrees.

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