Updated 9:00 a.m.
Friday will be another cold day with sunshine. Clouds increase Saturday with light snow showers possible Sunday.
Chilly weather continues with light snow showers possible Sunday
It was a cold early morning Friday. It was the first morning in the teens officially at the Minneapolis-St. Paul international airport. The temperature dipped to 13 degrees, the coldest morning since March 29. Many locations bottomed out in the single digits across northern Minnesota.
Friday will continue the trend of below normal temperatures across the region. Look for more sunshine and highs mainly in the 20s to near 30. Winds should be lighter finally also from the northwest at 5-10 mph.
Friday night will be cold again in the teens to low 20s with mostly clear skies and light winds.
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Clouds increase Saturday ahead of a clipper system that will bring light snow showers Sunday across much of Minnesota.
Light snow will spread from southwest Minnesota Saturday across the state Saturday night into Sunday.
A coating of accumulation is possible for mainly the northern half of Minnesota.
Temperatures may rebound to above normal readings by late next week. That equates to highs near 40 in southern Minnesota and low 30s in northern Minnesota.