We’re tracking a Clipper system packing some snow to a swath of central Minnesota into Wednesday morning.
The low-pressure system tracks across central Minnesota Tuesday night. Most of the snow will fall along and north of Interstate 94.
NOAA’s GFS model paints the snow zone across central Minnesota between 6 p.m. Tuesday and 6 a.m. Wednesday.
As low-pressure systems go, this one is weak to moderate in strength. The heaviest snowfall potential favors the Red River Valley and west-central Minnesota towns like Ada, Park Rapids, and Detroit Lakes. That’s the zone that will likely see 1 to 3 inches, with a score of 3 to 6 inches possible.
The system will produce lighter snowfall totals across parts of east-central Minnesota. Look for a general 1 to 3-inch snowfall zone from near Brainerd through the Iron Range, Duluth and Hinckley.
The Twin Cities could pick up a light snowy dusting Wednesday morning. Snowfall totals will be less than an inch in most areas.
Keep an eye out for slick roads in the snow zone Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
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