Settle in for some cold temps & occasional damp weather for the next several days.
Temps have dropped to around 40 early this Wednesday with rain showers persisting. Showers will become more widely scattered through the morning as the main activity lifts north. Snow is the word in northern Minnesota this morning where some places could get up to 3"-5" on the Iron Range up through the International Border.
Temps will hover around 40 today with northwest winds at 8-16 mph. Overnight we'll see lows fall to around 32 with a few snow showers (no accumulations in the metro). Highs Thursday will remain chilly in the 40s, but dry. Look for a little sun Friday & Saturday with highs back to around 50 with more rain moving in Sunday.
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