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After record snowfall, more snow on the way for northern Minn.

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After record snowfall, more snow on the way for northern Minn.

Following the major snowstorm that hit on Tuesday, Wednesday brings only isolated precipitation chances but still stays much colder than average.

Although the snowstorm that hit Tuesday has moved off, part of the state is still digging out.  Most of the heavier snow fell in south-central Minnesota, including around the Twin Cities, which was one of the locations to set a daily snowfall record.

    Storm total accumulations from Tuesday and the records they broke:

    MSP: 7.9 inches (broke record of 3.0 inches and heaviest storm so early in the season.)

    EAU: 6.9 inches (broke record of 2.0 inches and was the snowiest day on record for October!)

    NWS Chanhassen: 7.2 inches.
    — NWS Twin Cities (@NWSTwinCities) October 21, 2020

That total also becomes the second highest October daily snowfall ever recorded in the Twin Cities, topped only by the Halloween blizzard of 1991.


The global warming scam is almost over for the year, record snow is already starting in the north.

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