Friday: A weak system passing through central and southern Minnesota will bring a slight chance of scattered flurries and some pockets of freezing drizzle around the Twin Ports. Any precipitation will be very light and travel impacts will be low, but we can’t rule out a few isolated slick spots. Some patchy areas of dense fog in the morning near Lake Superior will impact your morning commute. Skies remain cloudy and gloomy most of the day with an afternoon high near 29 degrees.
Friday night: Any snow flurries should taper off by the evening and we will be left with a mostly cloudy and mild Friday night with an overnight low near 22 degrees.
Saturday: We will likely still see more clouds than sun, but we will stay on the dry side as temperatures climb above the freezing mark to a high near 33 degrees.
Sunday is looking even warmer with some sunshine. Afternoon highs on Sunday should climb into the mid to upper 30s and some areas may even crack the 40-degree mark. The one thing that may keep temperatures from hitting 40 degrees is the chance of some fog developing as the snow begins to melt.