It was another quiet and mild day across the region,
but changes are brewing.
and it won't come from this weak boundary to our west.
It will come from the southwest.
Right now, you see several low pressure centers.
They will consolidate into a powerful winter storm
that will bring heavy snow to the eastern Dakotas
and west and northwest Minnesota.
It will also bring someo f the coldest air we've seen
Our area will remain on the warm air side of this
system so expect a lot of wind and few showers that
may change to snow Fridayu night into Saturday morning.
The big story for us will be the windy and colder
conditions that will settle in Friday and continue
Right now, things are quite mild, with temperatures
in the middle to upper 50s.
Here is today's almanac.
Lows tonight will remain mild.
only dropping into the midlde and upper 40s.
They will soar into the upper 50s to upper 60s tomorow
as our storm systme approaches.
As we put the maps into motion, look for a mix of
sun and clouds and very mild temperatures tomorrow.
our low pressure system begins to approach as we head
Look for cloudy and windy conditions.
We'll pick a chance of showers Friday as temperatures
fall through the 40s.
Any precip around friday night into Saturday may change
to snow before ending Saturday morning.
Any accumulations should end up being less than 1/2
of an inch.
For tonight, look for a few clouds and lows in the
For tomorrow, look for an unseasonably warm day under
a partly sunny sky.
Afternoon highs will rocket into the upper 60s.
A few 70 degree readings are possible.
look for a cloudy and windy Friday with a chance of
rain during the day and rain and snow Friday night
into Saturday morning.
Saturday wil be a blustery day as the system moves
away, with wind chills in the teens and 20s.
We'll pick up another chance of rain and snow late
tuesday into Wednesday.
After that, look for a dry and seasonal Thanksgiving