Accumulating Snow Possible in St. Cloud Tuesday
The National Weather Service says that two to four inches of accumulating snow are possible Tuesday across Central Minnesota.
The weather system could bring Saint Cloud its first measurable snowfall of the season.
There's a slight chance of snow showers Monday afternoon into Monday night, but the more significant system will arrive during the day Tuesday, where the forecast is calling for an eighty percent chance of snow for Saint Cloud.
Accumulating snowfall is looking probable on Tuesday, with many areas seeing their first measurable snowfall of the year.
Following Tuesday's potential snow, the chance of rain and snow showers continues each day through next weekend.
High temperatures won't climb out of the thirties on Monday and Tuesday, before things improve a bit, with highs in the forties Wednesday and Thursday.
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