Bundle Up Buttercup, Cool-Down in the Central Minnesota Forecast
Mild temperatures will continue into Saturday, but then a gradual cool down will begin. Then below normal temperatures are expected for the first week of November.
It was a mere thirty years ago that we experienced the 'Blizzard of 1991' when Mother Nature dumped a pile of snow on us on Halloween and November 1st.
Nothing like that is in store for us this Halloween, but a cool-down is on the way (but it will still be decent for Saint Cloud trick-or-treaters.)
High temperatures are forecast in the 50s through Saturday. Those high temps drop into the 40s Sunday through Tuesday, but wait -- there's more.
Beginning next Wednesday (11/3) the daily high temperatures aren't expected to climb out of the thirties.
Snowflakes don't appear in the forecast for as far as the eye can see (at least as of now).
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