Snow bunny: Chance of flurries Easter Sunday


It will be a springy 50 degrees in southern Minnesota Friday, but rain and a few snow flurries could blow into the state Sunday with the Easter bunny, the National Weather Service says.

Saturday morning also could bring rain in the morning with a high of 48 in the metro, KARE 11 reports. Sunday will be colder, with a high of about 37.

For the Twins home opener on Monday, WCCO calls for a high of 40 (KARE says 33).

Meanwhile, the Department of Natural Resources says there's still a foot or more of snow in northern Minnesota, and the snowmobiling season may extend into April for the first time in years, the Associated Press reported.

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