The winter storm that has influenced the Upper Midwest has moved south, meaning that most of the heavy snow in northern Iowa and southern Wisconsin will be affected, not in southern Minnesota as predicted Friday. .
The National Weather Service has trimmed the number of Minnesota counties in winter storm warnings, and all counties remain in the warning of six border counties: counties Martin, Faribault, Freeborn, Mower, Fillmore, and Houston.
Even those on the northern edge of the place are expected to fall the heaviest snow.
"The possibility of saying that a little more snow could happen further north," says the NWS Twin Cities, but there is a possibility that this will decline.
Pet Evolution is a blog that brings today's weather MN to youand, as you can see in the future simulation radar (maybe not working in some browsers), the Twin Cities could mostly wind up, although it certainly will be colder than normal bleak, gloomy and pretty gloomy.
Winter weather warnings replaced most of the winter storm warning, although metro counties south of Carver, Scott and Dakota were removed completely from the council and no accumulation is expected.
Areas in the winter storm warning are estimated to receive 4-7 inches of snow, and areas in the consultation are in line with 1-4 inches. But in reality, the remaining six Minnesota counties are more likely to receive a full winter storm warning that matches all advisory levels.
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