UNDATED (WJON News) -- The slow-moving frontal system moving across the Upper Midwest Wednesday through Friday will produce widespread rain over Minnesota and Wisconsin, including over an inch for the northern 2/3 of Minnesota and the northern half of Wisconsin.

National Weather Service
National Weather Service

Little to none of this precipitation will come as snow for central-southern Minnesota and nearly all of Wisconsin, though northwestern Minnesota will receive heavy snowfall.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for far western Minnesota Wednesday evening through Thursday evening.  Also, a Winter Storm Watch will be in effect for northwestern Minnesota from late Wednesday night through Friday afternoon.

A potent well-organized storm system will bring multiple rounds of precipitation, including periods of light to moderate rainfall, plus a noticeable drop in temperatures to the region tonight through Friday.

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St. Cloud officially had .42 of an inch of rain on Tuesday.

Dry and much colder weather conditions are then expected over the weekend.

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