Parts of the state in wind chill advisories, warnings through noon Sunday

January 19, 2019 08:57 PM

Overnight temperatures will drop below zero, with some snow falling in western and southwestern Minnesota in the morning hours Sunday, according to KSTP meteorologist Nicole Mitchell.

Mitchell says there is also a wind chill advisory for north central and the northwestern past of the state until noon. Wind chills will vary from 30 to 40 below zero. There will also be a wind chill warning in the northeast part of the state, with wind chills varying from 40 to 50 below zero.

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The high in the Twin Cities on Sunday will be 10 degrees. There will be a chance for some morning flurries, according to Mitchell.

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Mitchell said the better chance for snow accumulation will be Monday going into Tuesday. The snow will begin to fall in the afternoon hours and last through Tuesday evening. Mitchell adds 2 to 4 inches of snow is possible. 

Colder air is expected to arrive by the end of the next week. 

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