AGW – Bureau Of Imaginary Problems

Winter will never end.

CBS Minnesota reports, “Snowfall Begins In Southern Minn., Twin Cities”

The largest April snow event in Minnesota’s recorded history brought 13.6 inches. That was on April 14, 1983.

This year, April 14 could bring an event that eclipses that one, at least in the southwestern portion of the state.

WCCO meteorologist Molly Rosenblatt says that area is likely to see 8 to 15 inches of snow — or even as much as 18 inches — by Sunday evening. The situation in the Twin Cities isn’t necessarily much better, with anywhere from 7 to 10 inches likely.

   
   

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