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More Hazardous Weather Headed for Roseville

The National Weather Service is predicting rain and snow on Friday night through Sunday night. But it won't be as bad as last weekend.

More Hazardous Weather Headed for Roseville

The Roseville area is expected to get some rain and snow this weekend. It will be sloppy, but nothing like last weekend.

The National Weather Service said Roseville will get rain starting Friday night and most of Saturday, with high temperatures in the mid-30s and low temperatures around 30 degrees.

Cities north and west of the Minneapolis/Twin Cities metro area will see freezing rain.

Some snow is possible Saturday night into midday Sunday in Fridley. The high temperature is forecast to be 32 Sunday, with a low temperature of 17 degrees.

Here is the National Weather Service's Hazardous Weather Outlook statement for Ramsey County and 31 other Minnesota counties, starting with Friday:

As precipitation moves into the outlook area late tonight, it could fall as freezing rain or drizzle for a time over a part [of] Central Minnesota into west central Wisconsin. Where temperatures at the surface remain below freezing, this would be freezing rain, with light accumulations possible. Temperatures are expecxted to remain or warm above freezing overnight over the area.

For Saturday through Thursday:

Precipitation will transition to all snow later Saturday afternoon into Saturday night. One to three inches of snow is possible from west central across central Minnesota.

More accumulating snow is looking possible Wednesday night into Thursday of next week as another storm system passes to the south. Temperatures with this system look to be cooler, with any precipitation falling as snow.

 

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