MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — We’ve been in autumn for a week and a half, and already there has been measurable snow somewhere in Minnesota.

The National Weather Service in Duluth posted this picture on Twitter:

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The photo is of a Minnesota Department of Transportation camera showing the first snow accumulation of the season, near Ash Lake, about 14 miles North of Orr.

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Augustyniak says overnight lows in far northern Minnesota for this time of year average in the upper 30s, so this isn’t out of the ordinary for that area.

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Closer to home, next week will see a warming trend bring highs in the mid-60s in the Twin Cities. So don’t take the parka out of the moth balls just yet.