From First Alert Weather Center Meteorologist Aaron Doudna

A little light snow and even some very light wintry mix continue to linger in parts of southern Minnesota and northern Iowa this morning. That band of precipitation should continue to move to the east and we should dry out through the rest of our Wednesday. It is going to be a little cloudy, especially in the southeast. We may see some sunshine to the north and west. Highs will range from the low 30s in the north to near 40 in central South Dakota.

Overnight, we'll see a small batch of light snow move into central South Dakota and slide southeast. It looks like it should fizzle out during the overnight hours, but I wouldn't be surprised if we see a few flakes fall in the tri-state area. No accumulation is expected. Lows will be in the teens and 20s. Another wave of light snow could move into eastern parts of the region during the day Thursday, especially along and east of I-29. Everyone should see less than an inch of snow with highs in the 20s and 30s.

Outside of a slight chance of some morning flurries Friday in the southeast, we'll be staying dry to end the week and through the weekend.

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