Good news: The risk of waking up to a slushy coating has diminished in the immediate metro area, the best chance of a "few inches of slush" east of the St. Croix, across western Wisconsin. This will primarily a rain event - maybe another .5 to .75" of rain by Wednesday morning. Lovely out there, huh?

Dodging A Bullet. The latest NAM solution keeps the coldest air just east of MSP late tonight and early Wednesday, a potential for 1-3" snow in Eau Claire, maybe 4" at Hayward, and closer to 6-10" for a few lucky towns in far northern Wisconsin. Hard to belive that May is right around the corner.

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1-2" Rain (small risk of Wednesday slush)

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Wettest April 26 Since 1893 (slush tonight, springy Friday, Saturday thunder)