The seasonable weather we've been having this week won't be lasting too much longer. A change in the jet stream will bring colder and drier into southeastern Minnesota and northeastern Iowa.
Temperatures will stay steady through the weekend with highs in the middle and upper 30s with partly cloudy skies. Conditions start to change late Sunday into Monday morning.
Overnight lows Sunday will drop into the upper and middle teens with increasing clouds. Light snow is expected Monday with low snow accumulations likely. Highs Monday will struggle only warming into the middle and lower 20s. Then we get really cold.
Overnight lows Monday will drop near 0° with mostly clear skies. Highs Tuesday won't recover much.
Highs are expected in the upper single digits on Tuesday with wind chills potentially below 0° most of the afternoon. Overnight lows Tuesday will drop well below 0° with wind chills reaching near -5° to -15°. The cold weather will continue most of the next week with highs finally reaching the lower 20s by Friday afternoon.