Rochester

3-Day Forecast: Dec. 19, 2019

This looks great, doesn’t it?!? After a few weeks of struggling temps, cold arctic air retreats north and we get to finally feel warm. Highs in the 30s, and possibly even the 40s, last through Christmas. At this time, the models suggest a low-pressure system will sweep through the Midwest Christmas Day. With these warmer temps, it seems like southeast Minnesota would see mostly rain, but it will have to be watched. At this time I wouldn’t cancel or change plans because of it, but it is worth keeping an eye on it. I’ve got more details on #CindysCouchcast.

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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, and walking the dog.