MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The winds were strong Wednesday, but they’ll be even stronger Thursday.
The WCCO Weather Teams says a high wind advisory will be in effect Thursday for the lower two-thirds of Minnesota, with gusts of up to 50 mph possible at times.
The high temperature in the Twin Cities will only reach 38 degrees Thursday, but it will feel like the 20s all day because of that strong wind.
Snow is still falling in North Dakota overnight Thursday, and Minnesota will get a taste of it from the morning through late afternoon, including the metro. The occasional bursts of snow, combined with the high winds, will likely cause visibility issues at times. Don’t expect much accumulation, though.
Minnesota will get to dry out Friday and Saturday, but the winds will still be prominent. High temps will be trapped in the 40s from Saturday through most of next week.
Easter Sunday may feature some more of the rain-snow mix, and more rain is possible Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
But cheer up, folks — next weekend could feature temps in the 50s and 60s.
Source: CBS Minnesota