A developing area of low pressure will bring a variety of wintry weather from the Central Plains to portions of Great Lakes and Midwest on Monday. This will result in an area from Kansas to Wisconsin receiving 2 to 6 inches of snowfall. In portions of eastern South Dakota, southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa snowfall accumulations will be more with 6 to 10 inches possible.
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