Snow ends in morning hours, cold and windy Sunday

December 02, 2018 02:30 PM

Snow will taper off by the morning hours, leaving the rest of the day Sunday to be cold and windy, according to KSTP meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas.

The high on Sunday will be 30. Yuhas says wind gusts can get up to 25 miles per hour in some areas. 


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Snow accumulation for the morning will be less than an inch, according to Yuhas. 

Winds are expected to die down come Sunday night, with temperatures in the high teens to low 20s. The rest of the work week does not feature much precipitation, however, temperatures will be still below average. Highs will range from the high teens to mid-20s. 

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