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A red sunrise greeted motorists early Monday morning over Hubbard County. (Sarah Smith/Enterprise.)

Park Rapids could be in for 7-14 inches of new snow

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Even though the calendar says it's spring, Hubbard County is in a winter storm warning for the next three days and expecting up to a foot of new snow.

"This is a big, slow-moving system," said National Weather Service meteorologist Tom Grafenauer.

"For Park Rapids, you're looking at 7 to 14 inches of snow over the next two, two-and-a-half days. The heaviest snow will start later today and fall through Tuesday, then taper off a bit."

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