Just last week the 90-day outlook called for near normal temps across Minnesota for May through July, but early May looks like it will buck that trend.

Cooler than normal temps are being forecast for the first two weeks of the month, with highs 5 to 15 degrees below normal.

National Weather Service

Some parts of the state could be waking up on Saturday's fishing opener to temperatures below freezing.

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