Chance of Snow Dwindles Tuesday Morning

Updated: 10/29/2013 7:56 AM By: Leslie Dyste

Snow falls in Rapid City, S.D., Monday, Oct. 28.
Snow falls in Rapid City, S.D., Monday, Oct. 28.

KSTP Meteorologist Patrick Hammer says you probably won't need to leave too early Tuesday morning as the chance of a snowy morning commute is dwindling. Patrick says the dry air will limit any snow, and most of the state will only see a coating at best.

Patrick says some areas in southern and central Minnesota, including the Twin Cities, could see a snow coating on grassy surfaces between 6 and 9 a.m. with a transition to rain showers or drizzle later Tuesday morning into the afternoon.

KSTP Meteorologist Dave Dahl says any snow is not expected to stick around as rain mixes in around 9 a.m. Tuesday. The rain could continue through Tuesday afternoon and into Wednesday.

It should be a little warmer Wednesday before temperatures drop again for Halloween on Thursday. Dave says we could see a mix of light snow and rain again by early Thursday morning.

Temperatures should climb into the low to mid 50s for both Saturday and Sunday.

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