ai express – The Twin Cities experienced a remarkable warm day, reaching a high of 55F, surpassing the previous record of 46F set on this day in 1995. This has sparked the question of whether spring has finally arrived for good.
Prince once famously said, “Sometimes it snows in April,” and in Minnesota, anything is still possible. As we look ahead to the following week, it seems that milder temperatures will dominate, and there are no indications of any significant precipitation until after February 7th. However, around this timeframe, the extended forecast becomes intriguing as there may be a potential shift in weather patterns.
A system is expected to develop to the west and move towards the Upper Midwest. According to the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center, there is a 20% slight risk for heavy snow in Minnesota during the time frame of February 8th to 14th. Additionally, Minnesota is categorized as leaning above average for precipitation during the same period.
The winter season has been unusually warm this year, resulting in an abundance of cloudy days. However, the forecast for this week is predicting clear skies and sunshine. It’s the perfect time to embrace the spring-like winter weather and make the most of it by donning your flip-flops and enjoying the outdoors.