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Snow disappearing in central Minnesota

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Apr 8, 2013 at 6:21 am

ST. CLOUD, Minn. (KNSI) Even though its been slow to warm up this spring, most of the snowpack across central Minnesota is gone.

There's a lot of bare ground in St. Cloud, but the city's official snow depth is still measured at two inches.

For the winter season, St. Cloud picked up 54.1 inches of snow. That's 10.4 inches above normal, and nearly double last year's 27.4 inches.

Temperatures will be cold enough Tuesday and Wednesday that more snow could fall in the area, but accumulations are expected to be around an inch or less.

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