Posted at 9:47 AM on November 26, 2010
by Craig Edwards
Filed under: Snow
If you want to take sides on debating cold and snow, it's best to take the side that embraces winter. You're in Minnesota after all.
Temperatures will moderate through the rest of the Holiday weekend. By Sunday afternoon temperatures are likely to creep above the thawing point in southern Minnesota. With shade temperatures climbing well into the thirties, expect the sensible temperature to feel quite nice if you catch some sunshine. Sunday is likely the best day in the coming week to put up outdoor holiday lights.
Looking to enjoy some fresh snowcover? There is plenty of snow in northeast Minnesota. Saturday should be a beauty to hit the trails and slopes.
Here's the snowfall observations from the pre-Thanksgiving event in northern Minnesota. The snow depth at International Falls this morning was thirteen inches, with twelve inches at Orr and nine inches at Duluth.