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Plowable Snow Up North Sunday (mostly rain for MSP metro)

Posted by: Paul Douglas Updated: April 13, 2013 - 11:05 AM

Close Call. Don't panic - we may pick up a coating to an inch of slush early Sunday morning, but temperatures aloft should be (just) warm enough for rain most of the day. St. Cloud may pick up 2", maybe 4" from Mille Lacs to Brainerd, with some 4-8" amounts in the Red River Valley - further complicating the spring flood forecast. 12z 12km. WSI RPM output above.

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