Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - Rochester set a snowfall record Wednesday.

The 4.1 inches that fell at the airport beat the previous Nov. 6th record of 3.5 inches set in 1911. Totals across SE Minnesota Wednesday were generally in the 3 - 6 inch range.

There may be a mix of rain and snow Saturday but the big story for the region over the next several days is very unseasonably cold weather.

The National Weather Service is forecasting high temperatures of only 20 - 30 degrees, except Saturday when it may warm into the upper 30s. The cold weather is more common in January when highs are in the mid-20s and lows are in the single digits.

News Update: A Rochester woman was hurt in a traffic wreck in rural Olmsted County during Wednesday’s snowy morning commute.