Northfield Minnesota Weather
Winter mix continues Minnesota is cleaning up from a devastating night of thunderstorms Thursday through Saturday, with many mins. min. across the state. County roads in western Minnesota were closed for much of yesterday as snow picked up speed.
Fortunately, we got a break and saw a winter storm watch for much of the state, with a chance of rain and snow in the Twin Cities area. From 9am this morning, clouds will give way to mostly sunny skies this afternoon. By the end of the evening and into the early hours of the morning, the cloudy skies will also make way for sunshine.
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With the trusted WFSB weather team, you can configure our interactive radar to show you what matters most to you. Overnight rain and snow are expected for Northfield, St. Paul, Duluth and parts of the Twin Cities on Friday night, Saturday and Sunday.
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The coldest day of the year is January 20, with an average low of 9C and a high of 24C. The cold season lasts 3-3 months and the weather shows a slight increase in temperature in the first half of March and early April. Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (7 November). It ends in autumn and lasts 8-12 months, with the exception of winter (January-March).
The wind blows from the north with an average wind speed of 35 km / h and a maximum of 24 ° C.
Summer is long, warm and wet in Northfield and winters are icy, snowy and windy, but the skies are partly cloudy all year round. The sky is mostly clear with a maximum of 18 degrees and at least 10 degrees. C. Summer temperatures are long and warm, wet and the winter is icy and snowy, with an average wind speed of 35 km / h. All year round, except for a few rainy days, it is mostly sunny and mostly cloudy.
The first spring blooms appear in Northfield in late March or early April, though they may not appear until late April or May, simply because of the daily increase in temperatures.
According to tourism statistics, the best time of year to visit Northfield for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and camping is mid-June to early September. According to our results, one of the most popular times to visit Northfields is early July or early August, with a good chance of visiting in the first week of August or September or late August or early October for camping and hiking. Based on our results for outdoor activities, similar to the tourism test, it is open from mid-June to the end of September for outdoor activities, especially for hiking and climbing, but also in October and November for fishing.
DEWs usually happen when the sky is clear, the temperatures drop and there is not much wind, so it is considered a good time to cover the telescope. If the predicted humidity is above 95%, rain is likely, especially if the clouds are opaque in the forecast. The fact that cloud forecasters predict a sudden transition from cloudy to clear when there are no winds means that ground fog will form. The forecasts during the daytime hours are less accurate, but when the sky is clear and the temperature drops or there is not much wind, it tends to fade away, which happens.
Different types of precipitation are observed throughout the day, with no trace amounts, and rain and snow falling on the same day. The wind experienced at a given location is the average wind speed and direction of the four cardinal points during the hour. Wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly average, but the windiest day this year was March 23. During this hour, the average wind direction between the three cardinal winds (north-south, east-west and west-east) is less than 1.0 km / h. Without the hours in which the average wind speed is in one of these four "winding wind regions," this means that neither rain nor snow has fallen on the same days.