In Twin Cities area, 4-8 inches of snow is possible

  • Article by: RANDY FURST , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 10, 2013 - 7:37 AM

Snow? Or freezing rain? Metro area could see two waves of stuff, resulting in a "mess" for Monday morning's rush hour.

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herbalteaFeb. 9, 13 1:11 PM

I wish all weather reports were written as thoroughly and detailed as this...EXCEPT I'd like to know what time the snow will start to fall Sat. night. Plus, when watching the video, there's a conflict as it says Sun. for the snow to start. Some people want to just go to one place to get their weather. And I have to drive 4.5 hours tonight, so I guess I have to hunt and search somewhere else for a more accurate or detailed weather report.

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lyignatiusFeb. 9, 13 3:44 PM

Give these guys a break! I want to know exactly when and exactly where the snow is going to fall, AND exactly how much we are going to get! Do you really expect to get that kind of information? This is the weather we're talking about. You try to "predict" where weather systems 100+ miles wide/long are going to be at one precise moment in time.

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stillonlymeFeb. 9, 13 3:52 PM

It seems like most media now report to a WIDE area concerning weather, presumably because they are reaching a wider audience than some years ago. It would make some sense to provide a strictly LOCAL forecast too -- perhaps in the local news section, so that the metro area readers could easily access the weather information that they are seeking.

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pokey2007Feb. 9, 13 5:58 PM

I want snow snow snow. Deep deep snowman snow - gimmee gimmee in the Metro area!

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OldKidFeb. 9, 13 8:04 PM

"Kid, the chance of rain is 50/50. It's either going to rain or it isn't." - My Grampa. "Kid, when the weatherman says it's going to snow, the range is from .01 to 10. inches." - My Grampa. "Kid, never plan a hunting or fishing trip based on a weather forcast." - My Grampa. "Kid, sometimes you just gotta go with your gut." - My Grampa.

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varsityonlinFeb. 10, 1312:16 AM

Headline says 4-8 inches possible. Note it says "possible." Not "likely." Just "possible."

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mglovettFeb. 15, 1310:36 PM

I clicked on the link to this story on 2-15. Why is it still linked?

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