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Way Over Our Heads podcast: Winter storm doubleheader this week

A storm the size of India for the weekend? Oh, alright then.
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Perhaps you've heard that it is going to snow this week in Minnesota. But have you heard about the second winter storm that could impact parts of the state after Thanksgiving?

On this week's episode of the Way Over Our Heads podcast, climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois discuss the duo of winter storms, the first of which will impact Minnesota on Tuesday and Wednesday with an encore performance over the weekend. 

Also, a look at a record-shattering year for precipitation in many areas of the state, and a new 90-day weather outlook.

So, according to the guys in the podcast, here's what's shaping up for the rest of the holiday week. 

Tuesday: Snow arrives late in southern MN. 

Wednesday: Snow ends by midday, but windy with blowing snow. 

Thursday: Not bad, eat some food!

Friday: Not bad, do some shopping. 

Saturday: Second winter storm arrives. 

Sunday: Second winter storm continues. 

Check out the Way Over Our Heads homepage for more Minnesota weather and climate podcasts. 

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