Temperatures drop overnight, cold front moves in Wednesday

January 15, 2019 10:35 PM

Minnesotans should consider bundling up for the weather before they head out the door Wednesday.

Wind chills will be below zero in the morning hours, according to Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl. He adds winds will be blustery, making the cold feel even colder. A few flurries are also possible in some spots.

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The high on Wednesday will be 21, which is just below average this time of year, according to Dahl. 

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Thursday will feature temperatures closer to average in the mid-20s for highs, Dahl says. But Friday will bring in even colder weather. The high is projected to be in the mid-teens with a chance for some snow as well. Dahl said lows will drop below zero Friday night and that cold air will last through the weekend. 

Dahl adds there is a decent chance for some measurable snow Monday night into Tuesday morning. 

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