Although the temperatures across much of Minnesota will be around 60-degrees again today (MON), that will be changing this evening and into tomorrow. Meteorologist Steve Woolenhouse says that it starts with a Wind Advisory going into effect virtually statewide at 1pm today, followed by a mixed bagged of weather, including rain turning to snow with a dusting up to an inch possible in our area. To the west and north there will be much more snow, with parts of northern Minnesota seeing up to 20-inches. The temperature in New Ulm on Sunday reached 63-degrees, making it almost exactly 5 months since the last time we saw the 60s. The last 60-degree reading in New Ulm before Sunday was October 28th, when it hit 62-degrees.