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UPDATE: How much snow can the viewing area expect as a winter storm takes aim at the Midwest Friday into Saturday?
This storm we are tracking has the potential to drop more than four inches of snow in north Iowa and 2-4 inches in southern Minnesota.
Cold air accompanies this snow with highs in the teens starting on Friday through Monday with single digits possible on Sunday.
A light dusting of snow is possible Wednesday night into Thursday.
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- Update: More than 4 inches of snow possible in some locations in viewing area
- 1-3 inches of snow on the horizon for viewing area
- Winter Storm Watch blankets viewing area; around 6 inches of snow possible
- Snow totals are in, and most of viewing area received between 5 and 8 inches
- Update: Winter Weather Advisory blankets viewing area
- 24-hour rainfall totals eclipse more than an inch in most of viewing area
- Most of viewing area received just under an inch of rain Wednesday into Thursday
- Towering snow banks obstruct views
- Heat advisory blankets viewing area