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Today is the first day of meteorological spring, but temperatures are still on the cool side. Highs were in the 10s and 20s this weekend, which is still below average for early March. This evening, the sky will gradually clear, and temperatures will be dropping into the single digits.


It’s going to be another cold night as the sky will be mostly clear, allowing temperatures to fall below zero in spots. Although it will be cold tonight, the wind will shift to the south, and that will bring in warmer air on Monday.

Lows: -4°F to 3°F
Wind: W/S 5-15 mph


Monday will begin with sunshine, but clouds will move in later in the day. It will be a windy day, so blowing snow may be an issue. Light snow will be possible late in the evening, which will continue into Monday night. The best chance of snow will be along and south of I-94/Highway 10.

Highs: 23°F to 30°F
Wind: S 15-30 mph

Extended Forecast

Another blast of arctic air will arrive Monday night into Tuesday. It will turn quite windy, which will cause widespread blowing snow. If you are travelling to the Twin Cities or Sioux Falls area on Tuesday, be aware that snow and blowing snow will create hazardous driving conditions. The weather will quiet down by mid-week, but it will be cold on Wednesday with highs in the single digits. This cold snap will be short because warmer air will quickly overspread the region on Thursday and Friday. Highs will be into the 30s on Friday and Saturday, and possibly into the 40s on Sunday.

Have a great week, and get ready for some warmer weather!
- Aaron White
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