Spot and follows: Twin Cities snow emergency

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Most recently, the Twin Cities metro is experiencing a winter storm that is estimated to bring 10 to 17 inches of snow to Minnesotans.
Today's lead includes many of the storm's extremities such as grounded flights and closed businesses. This is different from yesterday's article that explained what the Minnesota was expecting before the snow actually began to fall. The lead from Saturday, was written to advise those traveling to reconsider with the weather that was on its way.
Today, the article mentions what the metro area is doing to currently remove the snow and what citizens should expect for the next 24 hours.
The advancement of the article basically follows the progress of the storm, but definitely changed after the "blizzard" had arrived. The Star Tribune is the major newspaper covering this storm, although other places are affected by the storm as well.

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Hi Kayla:

There's something odd with the RSS feed on your blog. This shows up eight times on my Google reader. The worry I would have is that I can't adequately follow it. We can discuss how you're inputting this. Maybe there's something you need to change. GG

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