Wild weekend weather ahead

This year's strange weather patterns will continue through the weekend. Severe weather is expected across the nation's mid-section and could very well make it as far north as southern Minnesota.
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This year's strange weather patterns will continue through the weekend. Severe weather is expected across the nation's mid-section and could very well make it as far north as southern Minnesota.

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Snow could brush the metro this weekend

Kare 11's Sven Sundgaard says a snowstorm might brush the Twin Cities this weekend, with the southeastern suburbs seeing 1 to 3 inches while just a few flakes dust the northwestern burbs. The National Weather Service in Chanhassen and the Star Tribune's Paul Douglas are bringing us similar forecasts.

Weather Service warns of fire and frost

The National Weather Service says very dry and windy weather will create elevated to critical fire weather conditions across parts of Minnesota. The southern two-thirds of the state is under the most serious wildfire warning. Separately, frost is possible across much of the state Monday night.

Weekend: Record warmth, little chance of rain

Wow. Check out the forecast from the National Weather Service. A big bubble of warm air extending into parts northern Minnesota will mean high temperatures in the 70s, which could certainly break records.