Southeast Minnesota will see themselves in a Wind Advisory Monday afternoon starting at three and going until midnight, according to the National Weather Service.

It go along with the wind, much of southeast Minnesota could see a chance of thunderstorm in the afternoon, along with a chance of snow?!? It most likely wont have any accumulation, but we could see some flurries with a lot of wind.

It has been a warm week, but after Monday, the weather will get cooler with temps only getting into the mid-20's on Tuesday, and it might not get back into the 50's until March.

Nobody enjoy's 50 mph winds, so pay attention on the roads as gusts that high can certainly move cars and surprise some drivers. Some minor tree damage and power outages could take place as well.