Snow lingers through late afternoon in Twin Cities and southeastern Minnesota, plus western Wisc.

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The snow isn’t over until it’s over this Sunday. One last wave of snow is moving through the Twin Cities metro area and southeastern Minnesota/western Wisconsin during the mid afternoon through late afternoon/early evening time period.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's North American Mesoscale (NAM) forecast model shows the potential precipitation pattern from 3 p.m. through Sunday afternoon and Sunday evening:

Simulated radar from mid-afternoon through Sunday evening
NOAA, via

There could be some additional snow totals of an inch or so before the snow ends.

The National Weather Service has continued a winter weather advisory or the Twin Cities metro area and southeastern Minnesota, as well as parts of western Wisconsin through the remainder of Sunday afternoon:

Winter weather advisory until Sunday evening
National Weather Service

You can hear updated weather information on the MPR network, and you’ll see updated weather info on the MPR News live weather blog.

Updated forecasts are available from the NWS offices in the Twin Cities and La Crosse.

If you have travel plans this Sunday and Sunday night, you can check Minnesota road conditions and Wisconsin road conditions.

Snow totals

The NWS posts new snow reports on a map as they become available. You can hover over any location on the NWS map to see the snow total, plus the location and the time and date of the measurement.

Programming note

You can hear my live weather updates on Minnesota Public Radio at 7:35 a.m., 9:35 a.m. and 4:35 p.m. each Saturday and Sunday.

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