Update (6 p.m.): The National Weather Service has issued an overnight frost advisory for most of western and northern Minnesota.
The advisory will go into effect at 11 p.m. and last until 9 a.m. Sunday. Forecasters say that frost could kill sensitive outdoor vegetation if it is left uncovered. Gardeners are urged to take proactive steps to protect plants.
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - Minnesotans will need to bundle up a little over the next few days, as temperatures will be well below average.
There's a frost advisory up in northern Minnesota, where feels-like temperatures on Saturday morning were in the 30s.
The average high is 71 degrees, but the Twin Cities will only make it up to 55.
It'll be cloudy by mid-morning, and light showers will move in. Some possible ice pellets could fall especially in northern Minnesota.
After sunset, the clouds will move out and temperatures will drop into the 30s statewide, excluding the metro. The Twin Cities will see an overnight low of around 40 degrees.
On the bright side, there's a warm up on the way, and it's looking like Memorial Day weekend will be in the 70s or warmer, which will be perfect for a day on the lake.
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