FOX 9 Weather Forecast for Saturday, April 4, 2020
Today will be cold, but it will warm up for the weekend
While the weather is starting to warm up some in the Twin Cities, winter weather rages on in other parts of the state.
With the start of hurricane season now less than two months away, researchers believe we could see "above average" activity in the tropics.
Boating season has officially begun on Lake Minnetonka after officials declared ice out for the popular Minnesota lake at 9:48 a.m. Thursday morning.
Rain comes in later, which makes for a colder Friday
Well, it finally happened. We finally had a March that wasn’t just an extension of winter. The last couple of years, March was characterized by cold and snow. This year, while we did have above average moisture, thanks to our late month rains, it was a bearable four weeks that started our spring transition much earlier than the last couple of years.
Patchy sunshine and warmer, but the weekend looks cold.
With COVID-19 shutting down many components of daily life from restaurants to schools to the way we travel, it was only a matter of time before it effects everything in your life--and that includes your forecast.
Highs are above average, topping out in the mid-50s.
A strong storm that moved through the central United States Saturday produced three tornadoes in Wisconsin and Iowa, according to the National Weather Service.
Highs will be in the upper 50s
FOX 9 Weather Forecast for Sunday, March 29, 2020
Minnesotans across the state woke up to some spring snowfall, ranging from just a dusting in some areas to nearly 5 inches in northern parts of the state.
Heavy rain is likely in much of central and southern Minnesota Saturday afternoon and Saturday evening. Many spots may wind up with 1 to 2 inches of rain by the time the storm winds down early Sunday morning.
FOX 9 Weather Forecast for Saturday, March 28
Rain rolls in tomorrow which could make for a wet Saturday
Well, it’s that time of year again. The sure sign that we’ve turned the corner from winter’s wrath and are headed for the much warmer conditions of the spring and summer. It’s ice out season. Over the last decade or so, it’s really become the unofficial marker to spring, much like Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer. Our infatuation with it is a bit puzzling, but somehow it’s a big deal every year.
We are now roughly a week away from the start of April and in the prime spring flood season, so where’s all of this much anticipated high water?
It will be drizzly and the highs could reach 50.