(Mankato, MN) – History says the grass should be turning green and temps should be nearing 60 degrees, but the winter that won’t go away is about to add insult to injury.
Just days after the weekend storm that dropped more than a foot of snow and shut down roads across the region, another winter storm is moving in.
The National Weather Service says snow will spread east across southern Minnesota starting Wednesday morning with 1 to 5 inches across much of the region. For spots along the Iowa border, 6 to 8 inches is possible.
The snow will taper off Wednesday night and then a gradual warm up will start Thursday, with highs near 60 degrees expected for early next week.
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