UNDATED - The National Weather Service says south winds will pull some very mild air into the region today with temperatures this afternoon climbing well into the 60s across much of southern Minnesota grading to the mid 50s across central Minnesota into western Wisconsin.

A strong cold front plow across the area Thanksgiving Day ushering in colder temperatures and gusty northwest winds...especially across western portions of the area. Some light rain may develop in the afternoon in central Minnesota which will change to light snow in the evening. Flurries will be possible across the area Thursday night.

Friday will be the coldest day of season with afternoon highs only from 25 to 30.

Temperatures will remain chilly through the weekend.