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Warming trend continues this week


Updated 9:20 a.m.

The warming trend continues with highs in the low 30s across southern Minnesota Monday. It will be even warmer the rest of the week with the possibility of a wintry mix of precipitation on Thursday.

Mild weather continues 

Monday will be warmer with highs in the low 30s across southern Minnesota to 20s in northern Minnesota. We’ll see brighter skies in the south with more clouds and light snow showers, flurries north.

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Forecast highs Monday

National Weather Service

Monday night will be mild, in the 20s and teens, closer to normal high temperatures. 

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Forecast lows Monday night

National Weather Service

Tuesday should see 30s become more widespread but clouds will also increase. 

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Forecast highs Tuesday

National Weather Service

No big storms but some minor disturbances

A system will clip far southeastern Minnesota Tuesday with mainly the possibility of flurries and some patchy freezing drizzle. There could be some isolated areas of wintry mix near the North Shore, too.

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Forecast weather conditions 6 a.m. Tuesday

National Weather Service

A disturbance moves through late Wednesday into Thursday bringing the chance of a wintry mix of light freezing rain and snow showers, but it doesn’t look to be particularly significant. 

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Forecast precipitation 6 a.m. Tuesday through 12 p.m. Friday

College of DuPage weather lab

Temperatures all the while will remain above normal, mostly in the 30s the rest of the week with 40s looking likely even early next week in southern Minnesota. 

Below, look at the comparison of average temperature departures the past 10 days compared to the forecast for the next seven days:

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Temperature anomalies (departure from normal) for the past 10 days (left) compared to the forecast for the next 7 days (right)

WeatherBELL Analytics

The eight to 14-day temperature outlook calls for a 90 percent chance of warmer-than-normal temperatures. Some models are forecasting potential record highs next week as we end January.

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8 to 14-day temperature outlook

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Climate Prediction Center



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