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The weather is getting warmer and sunnier with each day of spring, but that doesn't mean snow is completely gone in certain parts of the United States.
Just look at Minnesota.
Tuesday afternoon's game between the Twins and Boston Red Sox at Target Field in Minneapolis saw plenty of precipitation. A steady stream of snow flurries descended from the sky, providing some fantastic picturesque scenes.
Check out some of the best in the posts below:
The Red Sox and Twins will play a doubleheader Wednesday after Monday's game was postponed.
Temperatures for Wednesday are expected to be as high as 48 degrees in the afternoon and as low as 35 at night. There's about a 25 percent chance of precipitation.
Both teams are no strangers to playing in cold weather, which certainly helps.