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Weather Blog: Attention Light Sleepers!

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You will not sleep well Tuesday night because of the wicked wind. It will blow from the southwest 20-30 mph with gusts up over 40 mph.

The National Weather Service has a high wind warning in effect until 7 p.m. Wednesday. It will stay windy, and we may see a change from rain to snow even around the metro.

I don’t expect much accumulation around the Twin Cities because of the warm ground. But parts farther north could see a few inches in the grassy areas by tomorrow morning.

The combination of falling and blowing snow will make travel tough through Wednesday morning.

Expect a windy day with things finally settling down by Thursday.

It will be much cooler the next few days, but we return to the 50s by Friday.

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