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Thursday, December 08, 2022

Winter storms extend into Minnesota Sunday afternoon and evening

Winter storms extend into Minnesota Sunday afternoon and evening

Get ready for light snow from Sunday evening through Monday morning. Snowfall begins Sunday afternoon in southwestern Minnesota, then spreads toward the northeast.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s North American Mesoscale (NAM) forecast model shows a likely precipitation pattern from Sunday afternoon through Monday morning:

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Simulated radar from Sunday afternoon to Monday afternoon

NOAA, via Tropicaltidbits.com

Snow may begin to accumulate in the Twin Cities shortly after sunset.

amount of snow

Northern Minnesota is likely to see the most snow. Here are the NWS Snow Forecasts:

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Snow Forecast from Sunday to Monday

National Weather Service

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Snow Forecast from Sunday to Monday

National Weather Service

The Twin Cities Metro could see 2 to 4 inches of snow on Sunday evening and overnight, the highest amount in the Northern Metro.

You can hear updated weather information for Minnesota and western Wisconsin on the Minnesota Public Radio news network, and you can view updated weather information on the MPR News Live weather blog.

warnings and advice

A winter storm warning covers parts of northern Minnesota and central Minnesota from Sunday evening through Monday. Warnings have begun for parts of northwestern Minnesota Sunday afternoon:

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Winter Storm Warning Sunday afternoon through Monday afternoon

National Weather Service

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Winter storm warning from Sunday evening through Monday afternoon

National Weather Service

Here are the winter storm warning details:

Urgent – Winter Weather Message National Weather Service Duluth MN 646 AM CST SUN 26 2021 MNZ019-037-038-270100- /o.con.kdlh.ws.w0008.211227T0000Z-211228T000Z/ Central St. Louis-Carlton and South St. Louis-Pine – Including Hibbing, Duluth, Pine City, and Hinkley 646 AM CST Sun Dec 26 2021 …Winter Storm Warning in effect from 6PM CST Monday evening through this evening… *What. ..Heavy mixed rainfall likely. Snow accumulation of 5 to 10 inches total and a light glaze. Winds gusts of 40 mph. * Where…Pine, Central St. Louis and Carlton and South St. Louis Counties. It includes the tribal lands of the Bois Fort Band, the Lake Vermillion area, the Fond du Lac Band and the Mille Lacs Band, the Lena Lake and, Hinckley areas. *When…today 6pm to 6pm CST Monday. *Impact…the journey can be very difficult. Visibility can be significantly reduced with light snowfall. Hazardous conditions can affect morning or evening commute. Precautionary/Preparatory Actions… If you must travel, keep a spare flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency. The latest road conditions can be obtained by calling 5 1 1. Road conditions can also be found at 511mn.org for Minnesota or 511wi.gov for Wisconsin.

Southern Minnesota and the Twin Cities are in advisory for the winter season, which begins at 3 p.m. in southwestern and south-central Minnesota, beginning at 6 p.m.; Including the Twin Cities:

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Winter Weather Advisory Sunday 6 PM to Monday 6 AM

National Weather Service

Here’s a description of the advice:

Urgent – Winter Weather Message National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhasen MN 324 AM CST Sun December 26 2021 … Heavy Snow and Mixed Rain Sunday afternoon through Monday morning … .A powerful winter system is moving into Minnesota and western Wisconsin Expected Sunday afternoon through Monday morning with a variety of winter effects. Parts of central Minnesota between 5 and 7 inches are expected to receive the heaviest snowfall. Heavy snowfall is likely tonight. There may be some light snowfall due to gusts of wind. Snowfall is more likely in the 2 to 5 inch radius further south. The final effect will be mixed rainfall in southern Minnesota. This mix is ​​most likely on the schedule from tonight to Monday morning. All this combined can lead to a difficult day of travel for those going home after a holiday. MNZ050-051-059>063-068>070-WIZ023>028-261730- /O.NEW.KMPX.WW.Y.0016.211227T0000Z-211227T1200Z/ benton-sherburn-wright-hennepin-anoka-ramsey-washington-carver- Scott-Dakota-St. Croix-Pierce-Dunn-Pépin-Chippeva-Eau Claire- Souk Rapids, Elk River, Monticello, Minneapolis, Blaine, St. Paul, Stillwater, Chanhassen, Chasca, Victoria, Shakopee, Hastings, Hudson, River Falls, including the cities of Menomonee, Durand, Chippewa Falls, and Eau Claire 324 AM CST Sun Dec 26 2021 …Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 6PM CST today till Monday evening… *What…Snow likely. Total snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches. Winds gusts of 40 mph. * Where … parts of west central Wisconsin and central and east central Minnesota. * When … from Sunday evening to Monday morning. * Impact … plan on slippery road conditions. Visibility can be significantly reduced with light snowfall. Precautionary/Preparatory Actions… Go slow and be careful while travelling. The latest road conditions for the state you are calling from can be obtained by calling 5 1 1. Road conditions can also be found at 511mn.org for Minnesota or 511wi.gov for Wisconsin.

This Updraft blog will be updated around 10 a.m. with additional details, as well as a look at some of the additional snow that is expected Tuesday afternoon and evening.

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