Temps to Drop Thursday, Snow Could Make for Slick Afternoon Commute

February 14, 2018 10:37 PM

After temperatures skyrocketed into the 40s on Wednesday, Thursday is expected to feel a little more like winter, according to KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl.

Dahl said a cold front is expected to move into the state early Thursday. With the colder air, temperatures are expected to reach a high of only around 30 degrees.


There is also the potential for snow later in the afternoon, according to Dahl. He said because of the timing, road conditions could be slick during the evening commute. Dahl does not expect much accumulation.

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Temperatures are expected to continue to drop moving into Friday. Friday's high is only expected to reach 18 degrees.

The weekend could be warmer with temperatures forecast in the 30s.

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