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Heavy snow makes for third-snowiest winter of all time in Twin Cities
Tens of thousands of Minnesotans were without power and roads were slippery by Saturday morning.
Windblown Rain and Snow by Midweek
A light rain-snow mix is possible early today as temperatures push into the 40s by afternoon. A quiet Monday gives way to an icy mix changing to rain Tuesday (with more T-storms). Another outbreak of tornadoes is expected over Iowa and Illinois, with an ice storm for Duluth. I see mostly rain for the Twin Cities, ending as windswept snow on Wednesday. Check the blog for more details. -Todd Nelson
Minnesota digs out after heavy snow, with another storm likely next week
Tens of thousands of Minnesotans lost power, and many reported unplowed roads.
Evening forecast: Low of 21; mostly cloudy; some mixed precip possible
The latest forecast for the Twin Cities and region.