Sunny, warmer weather ahead this weekend

Updated: February 21, 2020 10:25 PM

Minnesotans are expected to experience a glimpse of spring-like weather this weekend. 

KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl says clear skies and sunshine will dominate most of Saturday, with some fog moving in on Sunday. Temperatures on Saturday are expected in the low 40s in the Twin Cities.


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However, Dahl said there will be a refreeze to wake up to Saturday morning, which in return could create some slick spots. 

Sunday will start off foggy, with the fog expected to burn off by the noon hour. Dahl says temperatures on Sunday are expected to sit in the low 40s as well.

A wintry mix could make an impact on roads on Tuesday, with temperatures falling as the week grows older.

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