Approximately 24 hours before the anticipated arrival of a major snowstorm, forecaster consensus was growing that the Twin Cities is in for a big hit.
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Here's the latest summary of what the weather outlets were thinking (a complete, historical record of predictions for this storm can be found here).
KSTP: 6+ inches very likely (and probably conservative) for MSP
Fox: 6 to 10 inches. Thinks it may be closer to 10.
KARE: "A half foot not looking all that improbable."
Strib: 7 to 12 inches; highest amounts in north metro
NWS: 5 to 10 inches
MPR: 6 to 12 inches
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