The Twin Cities metro area caught a break from heavy snow while areas south of the metro were looking like a winter wonderland Thursday.
The metro area saw less snow accumulation than previously forecast because the storm shifted south and east.
The Red River inched its way down Thursday in the Fargo and Moorhead, Minn., metropolitan area, but the National Weather Service expects the pace of the plunge to increase in the next few days.
With the spring weather finally here, Minnesotans are more than ready to get outside and enjoy the warm temperatures. Here's a guide to help you make the most of the great outdoors:
Outdoor Patios in Minneapolis and St. Paul
Historic Chippewa City
Forest City Stockade
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