Owatonna Minnesota Weather
A winter snowstorm is on its way, and it will bring heavy snow to parts of western and southwestern Minnesota on Friday and Saturday, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said. Wind speeds of 35-45 mph will continue to fall west-southwest Minnesota on Friday, with snow bands moving in from east and west, west-central Minnesota, south-east Minnesota and north-west Wisconsin, said National Weather Service meteorologist Joe Graziano in St. Paul.
Graziano said the snowfall rate could reach 1-2 inches per hour in parts of western and southwestern Minnesota by Saturday morning, and 1-3 inches of snow is expected in southwest Minnesota early in the morning.
In the southern part of the county, 1-2 inches of snow is forecast for southern Minnesota and part of Wisconsin. Some snow could fall in parts of western and southwestern Minnesota on Friday night and Saturday.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for Balsam County and parts of the Twin Cities of St. Paul, Duluth and Minneapolis. Winter storm warning for the entire state of Minnesota and parts of southern Wisconsin. We will be releasing updates on this winter storm throughout the weekend and into the fall.
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The dew point in the Twin Cities will be 11 degrees Celsius (-11 degrees C) on Tuesday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The sky will be overcast with light clouds on Wednesday. On Wednesday it will be brisk to low 30 ° C. On Thursday thunderstorms and maximum temperatures of 35 ° are possible. On Thursday, the sky is likely to be cloudy, with rain possible on Friday, Friday afternoon and Saturday, Saturday and Sunday. Dew points Willbe 19degf (+ 6degc) on Sunday, Sunday and Monday, Monday and Tuesday morning, and on Monday evening and Friday night.
Inflation will be 90.0 percent (12 degrees) on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, as well as on Monday evening and Friday evening. Dew points will be 8degf (13 degrees) in the Twin Cities on Wednesday and Thursday morning and Wednesday night. Thursday night's dew point is 15 degrees F (4 degrees C), with a maximum of 35 degrees C on Thursday afternoon.
Inflation will be 90.0 percent (12 degrees) on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and on Monday evening and Friday evening. During the night the lowest value will be 22 ° C, on Thursday 35 ° C. Westerly winds will be light. Dew points will be 24 degrees Celsius (4C) on Wednesday and Thursday morning and 6 degrees Celsius (6C) on Wednesday evening, and 23 degrees Celsius (6C) for the rest of the week.
Inflation will be 90.0 percent (12 degrees) on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and on Monday evening and Friday evening.
Every day, different types of precipitation are observed, with no trace amounts, and rain and snow fall on the same day. In the case of precipitation, snowfall accumulating around one day a year over a 31-day moving period is thought to have accumulated over the course of a year. The precipitation value (based on three hours of precipitation around the hour in question) is 10 for precipitation and falls linearly. Cloud cover score is 10 (totally clear sky) and falling linear, but cloud cover score falling linear.
Summer is long, warm and wet in Owatonna, and it is partly cloudy - round, but winter is icy, snowy and windy. At the upper end of the scale, there is colder, drier snow, with an average of 1-3 inches of snow per year in the northern half of the state.
The sky is mostly cloudy - round, with an average of 1-3 inches of snow per year in the northern half of the state. The sky is partly to mostly sunny with a slight chance of thunderstorms and highs of 9 to 10 degrees.
The coldest day of the year is January 21, with an average low of 8C and a high of 24C. The windiest day of the year was March 23, with gusts of up to 205 km / h, the highest on that day.
The tornado season in Minnesota runs from March to September, with tornadoes forming at any time of the year. To determine where a tornado can form, SPC forecasters assess many atmospheric conditions, including wind speed, humidity, temperature, wind direction, and gusts of wind, to determine whether or not a tornado can form. A tornado watch can be issued when the atmospheric conditions for severe thunderstorms are favorable to the formation of tornadoes and can turn into a tornado warning within minutes, usually within hours or hours.