If you're worried about the lack of snow this December in Minnesota, try to remind yourself that there are still three full months of winter to go – and you never know what kind of madness will occur in April.
Either way, you're starving for now. We get it. Sven Sundgaard gets it, and he's doing his part to keep you informed about what might happen. Right now, he's looking out for a chance of a dusting of snow in parts of Minnesota on Friday followed by a big push of warm air over the weekend into early next week.
That's when it gets interesting again. Nothing is a sure thing at this point, but the models are starting to hone in on the potential for some slight accumulations somewhere in Minnesota in the Tuesday-Wednesday timeframe next week.
That could deliver snow just in time for Christmas, at which point Sundgaard says there could be a "huge drop" in temperatures.