1.24" precipitation predicted for Wednesday and Wednesday night. Much of that will probably fall as sleet and snow. 2-6" sleet and snow possible by Wednesday night. Bufkit predicts 6.1" for MSP by Thursday morning.
3" old record for most snow from a single May storm (May 11-12, 1946).
Strike. I'm going on strike. I can't take it anymore.
75 F. high Monday in Minneapolis - St. Paul.
64 F. average high on April 29.
57 F. high on April 29, 2012.
67.2" so far this winter season. No, we're not done just yet.
22.3" snow last year as of April 29.
Weather information that supports air travel does not come from the "weather fairy"...
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