Snow ending but not before another 2-3 inches in the Twin Cities

Parts of southeast Minnesota picked up 6-8 inches of snow overnight.
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Snow is expected to linger through most of the day in the Twin Cities and eastern Minnesota. 

MSP Airport picked up just under 4 inches of snow overnight, and with another 2-3 inches the final tally could be around 6 inches by the time the snow stops falling later today. Most of the metro got anywhere from 2-5 inches overnight.  

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The additional 1-5 inches of snow in southeast Minnesota yet to fall will be on top of some already impressive amounts. Check out the early snowfall leaders, according to the La Crosse office of the National Weather Service

  • 8.2 inches - Goodview (6:05 a.m.)
  • 8 inches - La Crescent (4:55 a.m.)
  • 7.8 inches - Money Creek (6:04 a.m.)
  • 6.9 inches - Minnesota City (6:22 a.m.)
  • 6.5 inches - Caledonia (6:05 a.m.)
  • 6 inches - Winona (6 a.m.)
  • 5.2 inches - Rochester (5:54 a.m.)

Here's the simulated future radar through 6 p.m., clearly showing the snow lingering around the metro and eastern Minnesota the rest of the day. 

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After today's snow the rest of the week looks fairly dry, with the chances of any accumulating snow Thursday-Friday now quite unlikely, according to the NWS. 

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