KX Storm Team Wednesday Night One Minute Forecast

One Minute Forecast

With cold high pressure at the surface still in place, temperatures will drop below 0 for most tonight. Tomorrow, highs will reach the teens and 20s with an increase in clouds. Temperatures will continue to warm into Friday, as an area of low pressure develops to our southwest. Highs to end the week will be in the 20s, with a few neighborhoods reaching the 30s. A strengthening surface low and associated surface trough will arrive early Saturday morning, overspreading the state with snow. At this point, the highest snow accumulations look to occur to the south. Anywhere along the I-94 corridor to the South Dakota border has the potential to pick up 6″, but several factors could change this. As the system departs to the northeast, stronger winds will develop, leading to the possibility of blowing snow Sunday. Unlike many systems, this one will not draw arctic air in from the north, and high temperatures will remain in the 20s and 30s through the rest of the forecast period. Another potentially impactful system then arrives by the middle of next week. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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