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Third Winter Storm in a Row Zeroes In on Minnesota, South Dakota

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    Third Winter Storm in a Row Zeroes In on Minnesota, South Dakota
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    A man walks in the snow past a statue of children holding umbrellas in Omaha, Neb., Monday, Nov. 30, 2015. A slow-moving wintry storm system has been moving through parts of the Plains and the Midwest since Thursday.

    More snow is likely to hit Minnesota and South Dakota on Tuesday, where some cities have declared snow emergencies, NBC News reported.

    A new system is gathering over the northern Plains, centered over South Dakota and southern Minnesota.

    While much of the country was clearing, in that area, "we've still got plenty of moisture to work with and certainly a lot of cold air," said Danielle Banks, a meteorologist for The Weather Channel.

    Oklahoma was bracing for more snow accumulation, and is still cleaning up after freezing rain, ice and sleet began on Thanksgiving. The state is under a state of emergency. Parts of Kansas could also see more snow and ice through Tuesday.