Snow likely tomorrow

It will be cloudy tonight, with periods of rain late and an overnight low of five C (41 F).
Tomorrow will see rain early on, then changing to snow as the day progresses.
Expect an accumulation of five-10 cm (two-four inches), along with a high of six (43) and low around minus-two (28).
This wintery weather is attributed to an “Alberta Clipper” that is forecast to track into northern Minnesota.
Cloudy skies are forecast for Friday, with a high of just four and low near minus-five.
Then Saturday will bring patchy clouds, with a high of five (41) and low dropping to minus-seven (19 ).
The extended outlook calls for increasing cloudiness Sunday, along with a high again of five (41) and low around minus-one (30).
The record high for today is 24 (75) set in 1989 while the record low is minus-12 (10) set in 2002.
Normals are eight (46) and minus-two (28).
Sunset tonight is at 6:06 p.m., with sunrise tomorrow at 7:50 a.m.