Warmer weather to continue for a few days

January 13, 2019 07:28 AM

The above-average temperatures will be sticking around in the Twin Cities for the next couple of days.

That's according to KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas, who says the high Sunday is expected to be 32 degrees with periods of sun and clouds.


Overnight, Yuhas said the low is expected to drop down to 23 with patches of fog possible. That patchy fog could continue into the morning hours Monday.

The high on Monday is forecast at 36 degrees, followed by a high of 32 on Tuesday.

It's Wednesday when Yuhas said temperatures are expected to drop. His forecast for that day is calling for a high of only 19 with a mix of clouds and sun. 

Flurries are also possible.

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