Severe Weather Alerts
Issued at: 8:06 PM CST on November 23, 2014, expires at: 10:30 PM CST on November 23, 2014
- ...Light freezing drizzle this evening... A cold front will bring gusty northwest winds and rapidly falling temperatures across north central Minnesota through the night. The light freezing drizzle will last for an hour or two...then change over to light snow showers. A glazing of ice accumulation will be possible...mainly before midnight. In addition...as temperatures fall below the freezing mark...untreated wet roads and sidewalks will become slippery or ice covered. Use caution if traveling overnight. 623 PM CST sun Nov 23 2014 ...Return to below freezing temperatures overnight... Temperatures will fall below the freezing mark late tonight. This will result in untreated wet roads and sidewalks to freeze...and become slippery or ice covered. Temperatures will continue to fall through the day Monday...with gusty northwest winds around 30 mph.