A few isolated showers or sprinkles will move across Minnesota during the day, but the weather will remain predominantly dry until light rain becomes more widespread Wednesday evening.
Wednesday is starting off very mild again, with most of the state seeing morning temperatures in the 30s. Highs will also be above average, ranging from the 40s in northern Minnesota to possible 60s in the southwest corner of the state.
More clouds have moved in, so the day will be partly to mostly cloudy, although most of the state will still see breaks of sunshine.
As of 7 a.m., a few rain showers are passing through southern Minnesota.
While there are chances for occasional light rain or sprinkles during the day Wednesday, most of the day will remain dry. Widespread light rain showers are more likely to move across the state this evening, and northern Minnesota could see some light snow mix in.
This precipitation is the leading edge of a strong storm that will bring heavy rain, snow and even ice to Minnesota Thursday and Friday. That extended forecast will be posted around 9 a.m.
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