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Welcome back and Happy Thanksgiving.
It was a cloudy, but seasonal Thanksgiving.
As we head into tonight, some of us may see some light
snow later tonight.
The cause is a weak disturbance that will cross the
The good news for you
Black Friday shoppers is accumulations
should amount to less than a half inch in most spots.
if you see any snow at all.
A loko at the radar, shows some of that light already
showing up across parts of Minnesota.
It will take a few more hours be fore a more expansive
area of light snow to our west makes its way eastward
into the area.
Temperatures are in the middle to upper 30s at this
Here is today's almanac.
Look for lows otnight in the lower to midle 30s, with
highs tomorrow to top out near 40 in many spots.
As we put the maps into motion, look for that disturbance
to be to our east by tomorow monring.
There could be a few lingering morning flurries.
After that, expect clouds to linger on.
As we head into Friday night and Saturday, lookf ro
milder air to start to return to the area.
This milder air will hang on through the weekend.
In fact, warmer air will begin to arrive Sunday and
continue into early next Week.
The bad news is that warmer air will be accompanied
For tonight, look for light snow to develop across
Accumulations will remain under half an inch.
look for a low in the middle 30s.
We'll start tomorrow with a few lingering flurries.
After that, expect clouds and highs in the near 40.
expect a dry and mild weekend.
The mild temperatures will hang around into early
next week, but a large storm systme will bring a good
shot at rain Monday and Tuesday.
In fact, we could even see a few t-storms.
Temperatues will return to more seasonal levels.
And, with remnants of that storm system still ove
the area, loook for a slight chance of rain and snow
forthe last half of the week.