Snow showers could hit Minnesota as early as next week

With parts of northern Minnesota already recording snow, the Duluth News Tribune reports more may soon be on the way. The National Weather Service has forecast a chance for snow in northern Minnesota as early as Monday. Analysts expect a harsh winter for Minnesota.
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With parts of northern Minnesota already recording snow, the Duluth News Tribune reports more may soon be on the way. The National Weather Service has forecast a chance for snow in northern Minnesota as early as Monday. Analysts expect a harsh winter for Minnesota.

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According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, parts of northern and central Minnesota will see light to moderate snow Sunday. A much stronger storm is expected to move through the Midwest Tuesday and Wednesday, with significant snowfall possible.

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Forecasters are predicting snowfall accumulations of 2 to 4 inches for parts of southeastern Minnesota by Wednesday. There is a chance of snow showers in the Twin Cities.

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The Twin Cities could get nearly an inch of rain Thursday as temperatures drop during the day, leaving the possibility for a little slush and snow, but no accumulation. It was already snowing early Thursday in western parts of the state as the cold front moves in. Areas in the northern part of the state could get 2-3 inches of snow on the grass, forecasters say.

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MPR's Paul Huttner says parts of Minnesota might see some "meaningful snow" Thursday night or Friday morning. We might also see some slick roads during the Friday morning commute.