Warmer weather this weekend after recent cold stretch, some precipitation possible

Updated: February 14, 2020 10:25 PM

For many, the 30s will never have felt so good.

After a stretch of extreme cold the past few days, temperatures will warm into the 30s this weekend, KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl said.


There is a chance for some light freezing drizzle Saturday morning, Dahl said, but temps should then warm into the mid-30s with some afternoon sunshine.

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Sunday will be a little cooler, but still close to 30 degrees. Some light snow and/or freezing drizzle is possible late Sunday into Monday.

Looking at next week, while temps will cool down again for a couple days, it won't be anywhere near what we dealt with the past few days.

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