Forecast: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020

Don’t let that 32 degrees fool you, int’s not going to be a nice day. Winds in the morning will cause some blowing and drifting in the morning. Even stronger winds combined with light snow may cause severely reduced visibility and difficult driving conditions Wednesday afternoon and evening. Folks should be prepared for dropping temps through the evening as well.

Arctic air follows in behind the cold front that brings snow and blowing snow Wednesday. Thursday start temps near -9 and wind will make it feel more like -30. Strong winds continue to create bone-chilling temps even on Friday with wind chills near -25.

The great news is that this is short-lived. We recover through the weekend with highs near 30.

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Planner: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020
Forecast: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020

This one is a long one, but there is a lot to talk about. Snow, blowing snow, difficult travel, arctic air and bitter wind chills. #CindysCouchcast

Posted by Cindy Morgan Meteorologist on Tuesday, February 11, 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.