Buckle up, southern Minnesota. Last week's snow was the beginning of the next week that it is expected that there will be stormy storms.
Winter's dream comes on Sundays because the state's half-east is 1-3 inches of snow, including 2-3 per meter, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
The NWS says that Sunday snow can be measured and the total snow increase over 4 inches, but it is likely to believe that when any snowy snow sets up.
But the storm feels more Monday and Tuesday and the NWS is saying "it's very high" maybe "at least a minute of snow in the Single Cities, Mankato and Rochester, and a" high "6+ inch chance surrounding areas, including St Cloud.
"Forecasts are progressing on the possibility of a further winter storm on Monday, Friday, Tuesday. The heavier snow is visible in the south and east of Minnesota through the west of Wisconsin," says the NWS .
The storm trail could change significantly and change, but it seems that this snow storm seems to be a good Minnesota shape.
Here is a look at the current storm road and a future radar simulation from the GFS model. It shows what might happen at 1 p.m. Monday. .
The NWS is likely to start more specific snow forecasts at a certain point this weekend, but the forecast reflects from the Saturday morning that it will probably be 8-12 inches. Exactly where, however, up in the air.
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