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Colder temperatures are hitting the upper midwest. According to the latest forecast models, the cooler temperatures could bring the season's first shot of snow into Minnesota this weekend.

The National Weather Service is calling for the best chance of snow into parts of central Minnesota by early Sunday morning. The weather service reports 1-2 inches of snow is possible through that portion of the state by Sunday morning.

Snow in mid-October isn't all that strange for Minnesota.

KARE 11's Jerrid Sebesta see's something similar in the forecast for the region.

You can follow all of the weather in Minnesota on bringmethenews.com/weather.

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