Ginormous blizzard on the way
If your travel plans this holiday season include an excursion of more than six city blocks, you might want to hit the road sooner rather than later
A mammoth winter storm, expected to dump as much as two feet of snow, is inching its way into Minnesota. Poised to hit the metro tomorrow afternoon, the blizzard will wreak the most havoc on a stretch of land extending south of the Twin Cities down to Iowa and west toward the South Dakota border.
"It's not definite yet, but it has an uncanny resemblance to the East Coast storm last Saturday," meteorologist Paul Douglas posted on his Facebook page. "I want to see one to two more computer runs, but this could be the snowiest Christmas for Minnesota in 30 years."
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