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Areas of blowing snow and drifting snow will continue this morning from overnight light snow and wind. More wind will continue today, mainly in southern KELOLAND, so travelers should be aware of slick spots and reduced visibility at times with the snow squalls that move through the area. Overall, the heaviest snow will track across MN where the Twin Cities will see close to a foot of snow. Highs will be chilly in the 20s East River behind the clipper with NW winds at 20-30mph.
Skies are expected to clear tonight and winds will really decrease in the east as temperatures drop into the single digits in most areas in the east.
A big warm-up is back in the forecast for the west starting tomorrow with highs returning to the 50s. We expect some of the warmer air will spread east through Thursday.
However, another storm system will track through the plains by the weekend. Rain and snow will be possible once again, with a more southern track indicated right now through the plains. There’s plenty of time to watch this system and it does look warm enough for at least rain to start. Stay tuned.
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