Warmest Christmas in a dozen years

Last year at this time many parts of the state had 20 inches of snow on the ground. Today, people are thinking about golfing.
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Last year at this time many parts of the state had 20 inches of snow on the ground. Today, people are thinking about golfing.

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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.

Southern Minnesota in line for 4 to 7 inches of new snow

Forecasters say the storm will travel a narrow path across the southern part of Minnesota -- maybe only 20 to 30 miles wide. But if you're in that path, your snowfall total may even reach 10 inches. The Twin Cities may get away with just an inch or so.

Storm winds down; more snow possible Friday

Perhaps Old Man Winter heard us snickering about this year's "winter." The Leap Day Storm left a foot of snow across much of central Minnesota, knocked out power to many Minnesotans, closed schools, and left traffic accidents in its wake.