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Snowstorm drops ten inches on Grand Rapids, Two Harbors; Twin Cities next

Sunday's snowfall hit northern Minnesota. Forecasters think the second round of this one-two punch may leave a similar amount of snow across the middle of the state. A storm late Tuesday and Wednesday could bring ten inches to the Twin Cities, with sleet making travel hazardous in southern Minnesota.
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Sunday's snowfall hit northern Minnesota. Forecasters think the second round of this one-two punch may leave a similar amount of snow across the middle of the state. A storm late Tuesday and Wednesday could bring ten inches to the Twin Cities, with sleet making travel hazardous in southern Minnesota.

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