Flurries Early Saturday, Sunny and Cold Later On

October 20, 2018 07:15 AM

After enjoying warmer weather, Minnesotans may be disappointed to hear there is a chance for rain and snow Saturday.

According to KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl, a cool front is expected to drop temperatures throughout the state. 

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Because of the cold air, Dahl said some light rain, possibly mixed with sleet and snow, is expected. 

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Temperature highs are only expected to reach 40 degrees. 

KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas said once the snow is done, sunny skies will take over. Don't expect a warmup though - Yuhas said the afternoon will be cold and windy.

While Saturday is expected to be chilly, Dahl said warm weather is expected Sunday, with a chance to hit 60 degrees. 

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Ben Rodgers

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