Another Frigid Day… Snow Possible Tonight

Bundle up! It is another dangerously cold morning. A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for much of the region. The actual temperature has dropped to between 10 and 20 below with the wind chill factor dropping to 30 below or colder at times.  Temperatures will gradually make their way back above zero this afternoon.

Today will be mostly sunny in the morning with clouds increasing this afternoon. Snow will develop late this afternoon and continue through tonight. An inch or two of accumulation is possible along and east of I-29 with 2 to 3 inches possible across parts of southwestern Minnesota. The snow will end by daybreak tomorrow. A second round of light snow is possible on Friday. Around an inch of accumulation is possible.

Another long lasting, even colder blast of arctic air is headed our way for the weekend. Temperatures will drop below zero Friday evening and won’t be back above zero until sometime on New Year’s Day.