In case I haven’t made it abundantly clear, Victoria-Weather comes to you from the Twin Cities area. A forecast for Minneapolis is very exciting.
At 1053PM, CT, Minneapolis-St. Paul was reporting a temperature of 9 degrees with clear skies. The region was being smothered by surface high pressure, and that coupled with the snow on the ground already was going to lead to more bitter cold overnight and to begin the work week.
The surface high will diminish through the day tomorrow, and eventually, the extended sunlight and a bit of strength to an exiting jet through the Upper Midwest will lead to some warmer conditions on Tuesday.
Tomorrow – Cold but with clear skies, High 12, Low -4
Tuesday – Partly cloudy, High 27, Low 7
TWC: Intervals of clouds and sunshine. HIgh 13, Low -4
Tuesday – Cloudy early, becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon High 27, Low 3
AW: Tomorrow – Cold with clouds and sun, High 11, Low -4
Tuesday – Not as cold with a blend of sun and clouds High 26, Low 2
NWS: Tomorrow – Increasing clouds, High 12, Low -4
Tuesday – Partly sunny (early snow) High 27, Low 4
WB: Tomorrow – Colder, Partly cloudy, High 11, Low -2
Tuesday – Not as cold, clearing (early snow) High 26, Low 5
WN: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 12, Low -4
Tuesday – Partly cloudy, High 27, Low 4
FIO: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy starting in the morning. High 9, Low -2
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy until afternoon. High 25, Low 8
Brr! At least it looks like we are on the upswing in the Twin Cities. Check out the satellite. Most of the white from Iowa northward is actually a reflection of the snow on the ground. Iowa has been dumped on this past week, but southern Minnesota caught a big storm about 2 weeks ago that it hasn’t cleared from yet either.