Temperatures fall back to average after brief warm snap

Updated: February 25, 2020 10:34 PM

Temperatures are back to seasonal average after days with high temperatures in the 40s. 

KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl forecasts another drop in temperature overnight Tuesday as a second cold front moves through in Minnesota. 


There is a lack of moisture in the front and some cloud cover is expected. 

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Wednesday's high temperature is expected to be in the low 20-degree range. 

As for Saturday and Sunday, temperatures will be in the 30s with mostly sunny skies. 

Next week is expected to have some winter mix with some snow on Monday and Tuesday. 

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