A winter storm is barreling towards Minnesota and Wisconsin, and there could be some significant snow totals by the time it's all said and done Friday evening. Here's how much snow Novak Weather, the National Weather Service and Sven Sundgaard are forecast.
"I'm thinking a bullseye of snow in south-central and southeastern Minnesota, portions of extreme western Wisconsin, may be in line for over 6 inches of snow. Much of Minnesota, including the Twin Cities metro and northern and western Wisconsin is in line for at least 4-6 inches of snow."
Here's Novak Weather's official snowfall forecast graphic.
The official snowfall forecast from the National Weather Service is similar, showing a bullseye from around Mankato up through the Twin Cities: "Widespread accumulations of greater than 5 inches are expected, with some totals of around 10 inches possible," the weather service says.
How do those compare to what Sven Sundgaard is forecasting? Quite similar. You can watch Sven's full video briefing via his YouTube page here.
We'll have a fresh update Thursday morning.