Wednesday Could Be Wild WX Day In MN With Accumulating Snow To Tornadoes

A rainy Wednesday morning in the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota is the first element of a wild weather day in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. 

As the day progresses, a shield of moderate to heavy snow is expected to develop in central and northern parts of the state, leading to accumulations of 3+ inches for many, including enough to warrant a winter storm warning in Duluth and the Northland. 

Further south, a second round of showers and storms may develop Wednesday afternoon, with the Storm Prediction Center issuing a marginal risk for severe weather. 


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