On Tap: Sun, Rising Temps, Melting Snow

March 11, 2018 08:03 PM

By the end of this week, the sun will have done a number on what's left of Twin Cities snow. 

KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas says sun is in the forecast every day this week as temperatures gradually increase.

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Monday will begin with sun and temps in the 20s, reaching a high of 38 or so. And that's just the first course. 

By Wednesday, highs will be in the mid-40s under sunny skies. And Thursday through Saturday look like carbon copies of each other, with sun and a high of 50 forecasted each day. 

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At least for now, rain and thunder are in the forecast for Sunday, and Yuhas says there's a chance that could end in some snow on Monday. 


 

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