Weather Forecast



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A wintry storm system is developing over the Northern Rockies, and will move into our region on Monday and Tuesday. Ahead of this system, we will continue to have southerly flow of air, keeping surface moisture high. That means clouds and fog will continue tonight and into Sunday. There is also a thin band of precipitation that will move through this evening. A few in northwest Minnesota may receive a dusting to 1” of snow accumulation. Aside from some flurries, most of Sunday will be dry. Rain and snow will begin to move in Sunday night and Monday. This will likely create slippery spots on roads. As temperatures fall, the precipitation will become all snow Monday night and Tuesday. There will likely be snow accumulations, with up to 6” possible by Tuesday night. Stay tuned to WDAY/WDAZ for more updates through the weekend.


A band of snow will continue to move east through northern Minnesota. Up to 2" of accumulation will be possible in northwest Minnesota. Temperatures will slowly fall into the 20s. With plenty of moisture at the surface, areas of dense fog and freezing drizzle will likely develop again.

Lows: 23°F to 28degF
Wind: S 5-15 mph


Sunday will start off with fog in many areas. Aside from some flurries, most of the day will be dry. Temperatures will only warm into the low to middle 30s.

Highs: 30°F to 35°F
Wind: S 10-20 mph

Extended Forecast

If you have big travel plans on Monday or Tuesday, there will likely be rain and snow across much of the region. Remember to always check the road conditions before you leave. Snow accumulations are likely across the Dakotas and Minnesota Monday through Wednesday. There may be some lingering snow showers or flurries on Christmas Day. Temperatures will turn colder for the end of the week, with highs only in the 10s by Friday.

Be sure to stay updated with the forecast through the weekend.
- Meteorologist Aaron White
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