Light Snow This Evening May Bring Travel Woes

Updated: 03/03/2014 2:57 PM KSTP.com By: Megan Stewart

Snow is expected Monday afternoon and could possibly affect the afternoon commute.
Snow is expected Monday afternoon and could possibly affect the afternoon commute.
Photo: Photo: KSTP/File

Snow is expected Monday afternoon and could possibly affect the afternoon commute.
Snow is expected Monday afternoon and could possibly affect the afternoon commute.
Photo: Photo: AP/Jim Mone

More snow expected Monday could affect the evening commute, according to KSTP.com Meteorologist Sam Ryan.

Sam says the snow could start around 5 p.m. and last until midnight with accumulations of around 1 inch throughout the Twin Cities. Have washer fluid and a snow scraper on hand.

Temperatures will reach the double digits above 0, Sam says. A high of 10 degrees is expected Monday afternoon.

We are now at 50 days with a below-zero low temperature this winter, making this winter the fifth most subzero temperatures in a winter season.

However, warmer temperatures are on the horizon, Sam says. Temperatures are expected to be around 30 on Thursday and Friday. A slight dip to 23 degrees on Saturday will rebound to a balmy 34 degrees on Sunday, Sam says.