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The 2 inches that fell Saturday was enough of a problem, leading to more than 300 crashes and spinouts on Minnesota roads, most in the metro.
After a shovelable snow this weekend in the Twin Cities, the coldest air of the season (at least so far) will move south for the work week. Highs could barely make it above zero at least one day this week. Click through for more details. - D.J. Kayser
Freezing rain downed trees and power lines and stranded some light-rail passengers in Portland for about three hours Saturday as the first winter storm of the season continued.
Snow lovers will enjoy the weekend forecast as shovelable snow passes through the southern half of the state. While the Twin Cities metro looks to get missed by the heaviest stuff, 4 to 8 inches could fall along the Minnesota/Iowa border by Sunday. Check the blog for more details. -Todd Nelson
It's time to get the shovels at the ready and prime the snowblower. Both will be needed as a weekend storm will bring the first significant snowfall of the season this afternoon to the Twin Cities and parts of the state.