Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - Southeast Minnesota may experience its warmest weather since October this weekend.

Forecasters are calling for highs in the 50s Saturday and 60s Sunday.

And what a contrast this will be from a year ago when the area was experiencing below zero temperatures. But the warm weather may also create high water problems. The National Weather Service says flooding will be possible this weekend into next week along some area rivers due to”a rapid melting of the remaining snowpack.”

News update: A Rochester woman was caught trying to get high in the Olmsted County jail.

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