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Minnesota Weather: Snow Possible In The Twin Cities This Weekend, Accumulating Snow In Northwestern Minnesota

Enjoy Wednesday’s summer-like warmth, with sunny skies and highs in the low 70s, because the next few days will bring significant changes. By the weekend, snow could be falling in the Twin Cities.

Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak says there’s a slow-moving cold front out west that’ll begin to inch into western Minnesota on Thursday, splitting temperatures sharply between the western and eastern halves of the state.

According to Augustyniak, the next few days will be a carousel through the seasons. Thursday will feel like spring, as there’ll be rain showers and possible storms. Friday will feel like fall, as temperatures drop and snow swirls in the Red River Valley, and Saturday will feel like winter, with accumulating snow in western Minnesota and slushy, wet snow possible in the Twin Cities.

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