Occasional rain showers, breezy and cooler expected Thursday

The sun sinks on the horizon over Buffalo Lake. Photo: Courtesy of Mindy McKenna
The sun sinks on the horizon over Buffalo Lake.

Updated: October 10, 2019 05:45 AM

Friday's forecast will have some rain showers and then turn windy and colder in the afternoon with a high of 43 degreed and a low of 33 degrees.

The rain showers will mix with the snow at night and there will be a possibility that it will all turn into snow showers into Saturday morning, according to KSTP Meteorologist Ken Barlow.

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Some occasional rain showers with some wind and cooler air on Thursday with a high of 64 degrees and a low of 43 degrees. Periods of showers will occur. 

Sunday will be blustering cold with a few leftover rain and snow shower mix. Once Monday hits the temperatures will start to rise with Monday being partial sunny and a high of 46 degrees. Then on Tuesday it will be as high as 49 degrees with cool and mostly cloudy skies and some afternoon showers. 
 

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