The National Weather Service says a large storm system is tracking towards central Minnesota late Wednesday into Thursday -- bringing rain to some, snow to others, and both to most.

The St. Cloud area is looking at a rainy start to things before colder air changes things over to snow. Falling temps on Thursday could lead to slippery roads Thursday into Friday.

Parts of southeastern Minnesota could get up to an inch of rain, with areas across the Northern part of the state getting a couple of inches of snow.

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From the National Weather Service this evening: We're expecting a warmer storm system to bring snow across the north, and all rain across the south, and a rain-to-snow mix in between starting late Wednesday and lasting through Thursday. Thursday night temperatures will fall into the teens, so be on the lookout for slick roads into Friday morning.

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