– Strong winds Wednesday-Thursday
– Big temperature swing Wednesday-Thursday
– Winter storm conditions in northwestern Minnesota
– Severe weather Tuesday or Wednesday for southern Minnesota
– When we see rain change to snow
– Where snow accumulation will occur, and the amount
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Another messy weather system will move into Minnesota Tuesday, bringing rain, hail, snow and high winds.
The WCCO Weather Team says the greatest chance for severe weather will be in southern Minnesota from about 6 p.m. to midnight. Expect high wind gusts and large hail, and there’s an outside chance of isolated tornadoes.
Showers and some embedded thunderstorms started in southwestern and western Minnesota just after noon. Rain is expected to reach the Twin Cities in the afternoon before the storm picks up in the evening.
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Minnesotans up north will see snow, and blizzard conditions are possible in the far northwestern corner of the state.
The storm will move out overnight, though a few showers in the Twin Cities and some snow up north could occur early Wednesday. Things should dry out by the afternoon. Expect a cloudy, cool and windy day.
Thursday brings the chance of a wintry mix and cooler temperatures, which will stay depressed through the Easter weekend.
Source: CBS Minnesota