Severe Weather Alerts
Monday Night: Mostly cloudy with light snow moving in from the northwest. A trace to 2 inches, with the heaviest snow west of the Red River Valley. Lows in the single digits below 0 in northern Minnesota to the low teens in the southwest. Wind turning from the north to the southeast. Light at 0-10 mph.
Tuesday: Morning snow then clearing. Highs in the single digits in northern Minnesota to the low 20s in the southwest. Wind from the north/northwest at 10-20 mph. Temperatures begin to rise Tuesday night.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, windy and warm. Highs in the mid-to-upper 30s. A west/southwest wind at 15-30 mph.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy with flurries or light snow as an Arctic Front passes through. Temperatures steady in the low20s.
Friday: Becoming mostly sunny and colder with highs in the single digits.
Saturday: Partly cloudy with highs in the mid-teens. Chance of snow along the South Dakota border in to southern Lakes Country of Minnesota.
Sunday: Sunny and cold with highs in the single digits.
Monday: Partly cloudy with highs in the mid-to-upper teens.
KVRR Chief Meteorologist Rob Kupec