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Snowstorm drops ten inches on Grand Rapids, Two Harbors; Twin Cities next

Sunday's snowfall hit northern Minnesota. Forecasters think the second round of this one-two punch may leave a similar amount of snow across the middle of the state. A storm late Tuesday and Wednesday could bring ten inches to the Twin Cities, with sleet making travel hazardous in southern Minnesota.
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Sunday's snowfall hit northern Minnesota. Forecasters think the second round of this one-two punch may leave a similar amount of snow across the middle of the state. A storm late Tuesday and Wednesday could bring ten inches to the Twin Cities, with sleet making travel hazardous in southern Minnesota.

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Some sleet and freezing rain are also in the picture, especially for southern Minnesota. When the snowfall ends toward morning, winds will be picking up to nearly 20 mph.

Southern Minnesota in line for 4 to 7 inches of new snow

Forecasters say the storm will travel a narrow path across the southern part of Minnesota -- maybe only 20 to 30 miles wide. But if you're in that path, your snowfall total may even reach 10 inches. The Twin Cities may get away with just an inch or so.

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