Slushy snow accumulations Monday evening

The National Weather Service in the Twin Cities says the highest snow totals are expected to fall across portions of central Minnesota. More rain in southern Minnesota will cut into the snow totals in this area.
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The National Weather Service in the Twin Cities says the highest snow totals are expected to fall across portions of central Minnesota. More rain in southern Minnesota will cut into the snow totals in this area.

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