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WEATHER: Cloudy night, sunshine returns Tuesday

Light snow up north Tuesday and light snow Wednesday morning in the metro.

MINNESOTA, USA — A much colder night and start to your day on the way Tuesday. A few more pockets of sunshine are on the way tomorrow. 

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Temperatures will rebound tomorrow afternoon to the upper 20s. Light snow will fall across the International Border, with a couple inches possible up there. 

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Snow showers are likely on Wednesday morning in the metro.

Temps bottom out Wednesday before the warming trend. We should be back above the freezing mark for highs for a least a few days in a row this weekend.

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