National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Light snow will begin to develop in west central Minnesota this morning, and move east-northeast across central and east central Minnesota this afternoon. There will be a brief break in the light snow before more develops this evening. Some freezing drizzle is possible in southern Minnesota tonight. The light snow will begin to taper off Tuesday afternoon with total snowfall amounts ranging from 2, to locally 6 inches. Some blowing snow is possible. Temperatures will rise today, and into tonight as milder air moves northward.
A powerful arctic front will bring strong winds on Thursday and very cold temperatures Thursday night. We could see significant blowing snow and dangerously cold wind chills. Please continue to monitor the forecast if you have travel plans.