Much Colder Weather On The Way

The record setting warmth of the past few weeks is about to come to a screeching halt tonight. A cold front will move through eastern North Dakota into northwest and west central Minnesota Tuesday night, with much colder air in its wake.  Snow showers along with gusty northwest winds will occur behind the front and likely linger into Thursday morning.  Wind chill readings will fall to zero to 15 below zero by late Wednesdayd afternoon and hold in the 10 to 25 below zero range Wednesday night into Thursday morning.  While in most winters this wouldnt be unusual, considering the warmth of the past 30 days this will be a big change.   An inch or two of snow will be possible, especially over northern Minnesota. 

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