Light Snow, Drizzle in Twin Cities Overnight
Light snow across southern Minnesota overnight could add up to an inch more of accumulation, creating some slippery roads Friday morning.
Meteorologist Dave Dahl is forecasting cloudy skies, fog, flurries and drizzle for the Twin Cities Friday. High temperatures will be around 38 degrees.
Areas in northern Minnesota could see some accumulating snow Friday, but Dave expects just flurries in the Twin Cities.
A mix of snow and rain will likely return late in the weekend, with more expected later next week.
Dave says just west of the metro through Central Minnesota got the most snow from the winter storm as it passed through Wednesday night into Thursday - about 8 to 10 inches.
Mendota Heights declared a snow emergency Thursday moring. Click here for details.
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