Slick Commute Expected, Cool Weather on the Way

September 24, 2018 03:09 PM

Rain is on the way, and Minnesotans can expect it right in time for the commute, according to KSTP Meteorologist Wren Clair.

A south-east moving cold front is expected to push through the Twin Cities Monday, bringing rain with it, Clair said. 

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The rain is expected to begin to fall around the commute and will stick around until 11 p.m., according to Clair. 

Track the Rain Using the KSTP Interactive Radar 

Along with the rain, cool temperatures are expected. 

The low Monday evening is expected to be in the 50s. 

On Tuesday, the highs are only expected to reach 58 degrees. Similar temperatures are expected through the rest of the week. More showers are expected Tuesday morning as well. 

Keep Up to Date on Weather Conditions Using the KSTP Weather Page 

 

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Ben Rodgers

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