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MN WEATHER: Cold, Blustery Monday To Follow Light Overnight Snowfall

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Light, wet snow will fall across the Twin Cities overnight, with a cold and windy Monday to follow.

WCCO Meteorologist Lisa Meadows says the snow will wrap up in the metro by about 3 a.m. Monday, but a quick, passing snow shower is possible through the morning. It will linger the longest Monday in western Wisconsin.

Slick spots are possible on roadways for the Monday morning commute. About a half-inch of slush will accumulate on grassy areas, while much of northern Minnesota will see more accumulation to the tune of 1-2 inches.

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Wind chills will be in the 20s throughout Monday, making for a very chilly kickoff to the work week.

Tuesday and Thursday will be the dry days this week, while Wednesday will likely bring about a half-inch of rain.

Temperatures will finally start to climb into the weekend, but it may be a wet and stormy couple days.

Source: CBS Minnesota

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