A Murky Start to a Twin Cities Tuesday

November 14, 2017 09:31 AM

It was a bit of a murky start to Tuesday in the Twin Cities.

And it's not expected to change all that much.

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KSTP's Ken Barlow said the forecast calls for patchy fog and drizzle with a high of 48. Fog was definitely present early Tuesday, especially in Central Minnesota where the National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory that included cities like Alexandria, Little Falls, St. Cloud, Princeton and Mora.

That advisory has since expired.

Looking ahead, Barlow's forecast calls for evening clouds and drizzle before things clear overnight.  The low is expected to be around 38 degrees.

The sun returns, at least in part, on Wednesday. But bundle up. Barlow said it's expected to be blustery. Wednesday's high is forecast to be 38 with a low of 26.

Expect cloudy skies and occasional showers Thursday, maybe mixing into some snow overnight. And Barlow said Friday could bring occasional showers mixing with perhaps wet snow.

Then a cold weekend is expected to follow. The high Saturday is expected to be 28 with wind chills in the teens all day. The high Sunday is only expected to be around 30, though Barlow's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies.

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