The month of November has been a battleground between warmer air to the south and cooler air to the north.
This battle will continue for the rest of the month and into the start of December as warm air tries to surge north into the region and towards Canada.
Clouds this morning will break for some sun later today. There can be some slick spots to the east where freezing drizzle can occur.
Patchy fog will develop tonight and continue into early Saturday morning.
If you are going to the Holidazzle Parade or to Rice Park, the only time you will need to carry an umbrella would be Saturday afternoon when a couple of showers will move through.
Other than that, dry, mostly cloudy conditions will prevail as warm air keeps pushing north into the state this weekend. AccuWeather.com RealFeel temperatures will mainly be in the 30s.
The height of the warmth will arrive on Monday when temperatures rise into the 50s across southern Minnesota.
It won't last, though. Temperatures will plummet as cold Canadian air rushes down Monday night for Tuesday and Wednesday for next week.
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