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Snow shock: Heavy snow about to descend on parts of Minnesota

Minnesota's spring interlude gives way to a powerful snowstorm, with possible depths of a foot or more in parts of the state. The storm is expected to begin Wednesday night, with heavier snow on Thursday. Already Delta and Sun Country Airlines have issued waivers for customers to reschedule flights without having to pay fees.

The largest April snowstorm on record in the Twin Cities happened just last year when 15.8 inches fell over three days in mid-April. According to the National Weather Service, Minnesota can typically see around 3 inches of snow in April.

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