A large storm system that is dumping rain, freezing rain and snow across parts of Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin on Tuesday will exit the region and make way for what is expected to be a nice, sunny Thanksgiving Day in Minnesota.
According to meteorologist Sven Sundgaard, the Twin Cities is basically tucked between two areas of precipitation. There's a mix or even freezing drizzle in the northern half of the state and rain and snow in the far southern end of Minnesota.
There could be a narrow band of accumulating snow – nothing major – in extreme southeast Minnesota, but the bulk of the accumulation will be in Wisconsin. The Twin Cities could see some flakes, but the better bet is some light rain off and on during the day into the evening hours.