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Conditions and forecast for Saint Cloud, MN
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Conditions

Updated: 12:53 PM CST on December 13, 2018
Temperature 28°F
Windchill 21°F
Humidity 85%
Dew Point 24°F
Wind SW at 7 mph
Pressure 30.08 in (Rising)
Conditions Overcast
Visibility 4.0 miles
Clouds Overcast (OVC) : 800 ft
Yesterday's Maximum 27°F
Yesterday's Minimum 21°F
Sunrise07:48 AM (CST)
Sunset04:33 PM (CST)
Moon Rise12:06 PM (CST)
Moon Set10:39 PM (CST)
Moon Phase


Local Radar


Local Satellite

Forecast as of 3:26 am CST on December 13, 2018

Today
Snow likely, possibly mixed with freezing rain in the morning, then partly cloudy in the afternoon. Widespread freezing fog. Little or no snow accumulation. Little or no ice accumulation. Highs in the mid 30s. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph shifting to the west in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation 70 percent.

Tonight
Clear. Patchy freezing fog. Lows around 20. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph.

Friday
Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 30s. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph.

Friday Night
Clear. Areas of fog. Lows around 19. South winds around 5 mph.

Saturday
Sunny. Patchy fog in the morning. Highs near 40. South winds 10 to 15 mph.

Saturday Night and Sunday
Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 20s. Highs in the upper 30s.

Sunday Night
Clear. Lows around 17.

Monday
Mostly sunny. Highs around 30.

Monday Night
Clear. Lows around 18.

Tuesday
Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 30s.

Tuesday Night
Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 20s.

Wednesday
Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 30s.


Air Quality Alert
Statement Issued: 10:11 am CST on December 12, 2018

... Air quality alert in effect through 6 PM Thursday...

The Minnesota pollution control agency has issued an air quality
alert for fine particle pollution for central, east central, and
southern Minnesota.

Fine particle levels will continue to be in the Orange (unhealthy
for sensitive groups) category in the Twin Cities metropolitan area
and central Minnesota this morning due to stagnant weather
conditions. Fine particle levels have also reached the Orange
category across southeast Minnesota. Light winds, fog, and a strong
inversion have resulted in poor dispersion and air pollutants are
accumulating and becoming trapped near the ground. Poor dispersion
conditions will continue over the next couple of days as this plume
of fine particles will slowly transports across central and
southeast Minnesota. Fine particle levels in the alert area are
expected to remain near or above 100 aqi until Thursday afternoon,
when a front moves across the state and brings cleaner air into the
region.

An air quality alert is issued when the aq is expected to reach or
exceed 101, a level considered unhealthy for sensitive groups.
Sensitive groups, such as people with lung disease (including
asthma), heart disease, children and older adults, and people who
are active outdoors should limit prolonged exertion.

For information on current air quality conditions in your area and
to sign-up for daily air quality forecasts and alert notifications
by email, text message, phone, or the Minnesota air Mobile app,
visit https://www.Pca.State.MN.US/air/current-air-quality.


1011 am CST Wed Dec 12 2018

... Air quality alert in effect through 6 PM Thursday...

The Minnesota pollution control agency has issued an air quality
alert for fine particle pollution for central, east central, and
southern Minnesota.

Fine particle levels will continue to be in the Orange (unhealthy
for sensitive groups) category in the Twin Cities metropolitan area
and central Minnesota this morning due to stagnant weather
conditions. Fine particle levels have also reached the Orange
category across southeast Minnesota. Light winds, fog, and a strong
inversion have resulted in poor dispersion and air pollutants are
accumulating and becoming trapped near the ground. Poor dispersion
conditions will continue over the next couple of days as this plume
of fine particles will slowly transports across central and
southeast Minnesota. Fine particle levels in the alert area are
expected to remain near or above 100 aqi until Thursday afternoon,
when a front moves across the state and brings cleaner air into the
region.

An air quality alert is issued when the aq is expected to reach or
exceed 101, a level considered unhealthy for sensitive groups.
Sensitive groups, such as people with lung disease (including
asthma), heart disease, children and older adults, and people who
are active outdoors should limit prolonged exertion.

For information on current air quality conditions in your area and
to sign-up for daily air quality forecasts and alert notifications
by email, text message, phone, or the Minnesota air Mobile app,
visit https://www.Pca.State.MN.US/air/current-air-quality.



135 PM CST Tue Dec 11 2018

... Air quality alert in effect from 2 PM today through 6 PM
Thursday...

The Minnesota pollution control agency has issued an air quality
alert for fine particle pollution for central and east central
Minnesota.

Fine particles have risen into the Orange (unhealthy for sensitive
groups) category in the Twin Cities metropolitan area this morning
due to stagnant weather conditions. Light winds, clear skies, and a
strong inversion have resulted in poor dispersion and air pollutants
becoming trapped near the ground. Poor dispersion conditions will
continue over the next couple days as this plume of fine particles
will slowly transport into central Minnesota. Fine particle levels
in the alert area are expected to remain near above 100 aqi until
Thursday afternoon, when front moves across the state and brings
cleaner air into the region.

An air quality alert is issued when the aqi is expected to reach or
exceed 101, a level considered unhealthy for sensitive groups.
Sensitive groups, such as people with lung disease (including
asthma), heart disease, children and older adults, and people who
are active outdoors should limit prolonged exertion.

For information on current air quality conditions in your area and
to sign-up for daily air quality forecasts and alert notifications
by email, text message, phone, or the Minnesota air Mobile app,
visit https://www.Pca.State.MN.US/air/current-air-quality.

Jrb

135 PM CST Tue Dec 11 2018

... Air quality alert in effect from 2 PM today through 6 PM
Thursday...

The Minnesota pollution control agency has issued an air quality
alert for fine particle pollution for central and east central
Minnesota.

Fine particles have risen into the Orange (unhealthy for sensitive
groups) category in the Twin Cities metropolitan area this morning
due to stagnant weather conditions. Light winds, clear skies, and a
strong inversion have resulted in poor dispersion and air pollutants
becoming trapped near the ground. Poor dispersion conditions will
continue over the next couple days as this plume of fine particles
will slowly transport into central Minnesota. Fine particle levels
in the alert area are expected to remain near above 100 aqi until
Thursday afternoon, when front moves across the state and brings
cleaner air into the region.

An air quality alert is issued when the aqi is expected to reach or
exceed 101, a level considered unhealthy for sensitive groups.
Sensitive groups, such as people with lung disease (including
asthma), heart disease, children and older adults, and people who
are active outdoors should limit prolonged exertion.

For information on current air quality conditions in your area and
to sign-up for daily air quality forecasts and alert notifications
by email, text message, phone, or the Minnesota air Mobile app,
visit https://www.Pca.State.MN.US/air/current-air-quality.

Jrb



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