For the first time in a long time snow fell in Minnesota, including the Twin Cities, on Sunday, and the after effect of the light dusting was the frigid temps across the state Monday morning.
But get this: The morning low of 13 in the Twin Cities ties the coldest point of the season so far, but it is still one degree higher than the average low for this time of year.
We stay cold through the day into Tuesday before temps moderate the rest of the week, warming into the 30s and maybe even some 40-degree temps.
The storm track remains south and east of Minnesota, meaning we stay mostly dry while Texas, Oklahoma and the northeast get pummeled by winter weather.
Sven Sundgaard does think there's a shot at something changing by Christmas, but there are no big storms currently forecast to impact Minnesota.