It could be cold enough for Minnesota to get snow up north Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
According to Bring Me The News, multiple radars are showing that snow mixed with rain is a possibility for the northern third of the state. Other models say it'll be just warm enough for the moisture to be rain, but it's looking like snow might still be a possibility.
On average, the Twin Cities gets 0.6 inches of snow in October. So, it's probably unlikely we'll get snow down here until November at least, when the Twin Cities gets an average of 9.3 inches of snow.
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