Sub-zero temps pop in at night

It’s a clear sky, light wind scenario at winter. These are usually the setups that favor temperatures dropping sharply. We should target sub-zero temps, especially over SE Minnesota into Saturday morning.

Wind will be minimal so don’t expect much of a wind chill. But certainly you can add a few degrees with a slight breeze.

There is a slight chance for fog to form again but the setup isn’t as favorable for it as it was Thursday night going into Friday. Should we see it, you’ll want to watch out on the travel scene as slippery spots can arise.