A frosty start to the day is now the end of those cold temperatures over the next week as temperatures are steadily increasing under a mostly sunny week.
Tonight will see a low temperature of 45°F thanks to a breeze out of the south at 10-15mph helping to stir up the air near the surface and keep us warmer. Skies will see a few clouds, but we will be staying dry.
Sunday will be mostly clear and temperatures will climb to 66°F with wind out of the west at 10mph. A few clouds will build in later in the evening from an approaching cold front.
Sunday night will have light, scattered showers passing through southern Minnesota and northern Iowa. Accumulations will be light and skies will be mostly cloudy.
Average High: 73°F Average Low: 50°F
Record High: 92°F (1990) Record Low: 35°F (1974)
Month's Precipitation: 0.67"
Sunrise/Sunset: 6:53 AM / 7:30 PM
KEYC News 12 Meteorologist Colin Oraskovich
PARTLY CLOUDY / SHOWERS
MOSTLY CLOUDY / SHOWERS
PARTLY CLOUDY / THUNDERSTORMS
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