3-Day Forecast: Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020

There’s a lot going on Tuesday. The leftovers of overnight snow and freezing drizzle may cause some trouble Tuesday morning. After the last of the precipitation wraps up, winds pick up and temperatures begin to drop – near 22 around 4 pm.

Another round of snow moves in Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. This one is also wroth a few inches of snow and may slow up the morning commute. Then temps drop again. This time temps fall to single digits highs Thursday.

I’m still keeping my eye on Friday. The forecast models indicate a large winter storm will move through the upper midwest. This system brings freezing rain and snow to the region. Which one we get is still uncertain but will become more clear over the next few days. I wouldn’t advise anyone to make changes to plans just yet, but it is worth looking at options and considering if there are things to do to avoid travel if you must on Friday.

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Forecast: Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2020

Meteorologist Cindy Morgan works, lives and plays in Southeast Minnesota. She’s a wife and mom to two young kids. Cindy spends what little free time she has running marathons, cooking, engaging the public and walking the dog.