The showers have been heaviest in the past hour in the east metro. The Nationa Weather Service reports heavy rain in the downtown St. Paul area could produce minor flooding,
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New 12z model data nudges the storm track farther north and west, putting the Twin Cities back into the zone of plowable snow amounts. The heaviest snows are still likely over southern and southeastern suburbs, where some 5-10" amounts are possible by Tuesday night. Expect a sharp snowfall gradient to set up right over MSP; some northern and western suburbs may only pick up a couple inches. But there's little doubt the PM rush on Tuesday will be a snowy, wind-whipped, white-knuckle slog.
Heavy downpours soaked the Twin Cities area and other parts of central Minnesota Friday morning, causing minor flooding and forcing a halt to flights landing at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
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