Snowfall Ending in Twin Cities, but it will Stay Cooler

February 20, 2018 09:31 AM

The snow is passing, but cooler temperatures are likely to remain in the Twin Cities over the next couple of days.

KSTP Chief Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow said the early snow Tuesday was expected to end, giving way to cloudy conditions with possible areas of freezing drizzle as the day goes on.

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The high is expected to be around 22 degrees.

Lingering snow is expected to clear overnight as the temperature drops to a low of 4.

Wednesday, Barlow said to expect mostly sunny conditions, though the high will rise to only around 20 with a low of 5.

Meanwhile, the National Weather Service reports around 1.1 inches of snow over the past 24 hours at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and around 1.4 inches over the same time period in downtown Minneapolis.

About 1.5 inches were reported in Osseo and 2.8 inches near Elk River. St. Cloud reported around three inches.

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