Winter storm to affect parts of the region Tuesday

It will be colder and windy behind the snow midweek

NWS hazards
Winter storm watch and winter weather advisories for Monday night into Tuesday
NOAA via pivotal weather

Southern Minnesota will see a mild day again Monday with highs in the low 40s. Northern Minnesota will see some light snow with a coating of 1 inch possible near the international border.

A winter storm will bring snow to much of central and southern Minnesota into western Wisconsin late Monday night into Tuesday evening. It’ll be colder and windy Wednesday.

Mild south, light snow north Monday

Winter returns to northern Minnesota Monday with some light snow showers and cooler temperatures, near freezing for highs. Most totals will be under one inch from a line north of Duluth to Bemidji. A couple spots could see one inch along the international border.

mon precip
Forecast snow 6 a.m. Monday through midnight Monday night
College of DuPage Weather

Highs in southern Minnesota will be in the low 40s, above normal once again.

mon highs
Forecast high temperatures Monday
NOAA via pivotal weather

Winter storm brings fresh snow Tuesday

A more significant system develops Monday night into Tuesday evening bringing a swath of snow across southern Minnesota into Wisconsin. Southeast Minnesota will see a mix of rain and snow.

tues precip
Forecast precipitation Monday night through Tuesday night
College of DuPage Weather

Snow totals will range from about 2 to 5 inches in a southwest to northeast oriented swath but could run up to 6 inches in parts of northern Wisconsin.

48 hour snow
Forecast snowfall through early Wednesday
NOAA via pivotal weather

It’ll be colder and windy Wednesday behind the system with northwest winds at 10-25 mph and gusts up to 35-40 mph. Wind chills will be in the single digits in eastern Minnesota and subzero in western Minnesota Wednesday through the day.

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