In his Jan. 21 video briefing, Novak Weather dives into the forecast for Saturday's snow in southern Minnesota, along with a look at what might become a more active weather pattern for the region.
But there's more than snow to talk about – and we get into more further down – as temperatures are expected to plummet Thursday night to the point that wind chill values throughout Minnesota could dip below zero Friday morning.
Meanwhile, the snow is expected to move across the southern half of Minnesota Saturday, with Novak Weather putting the bullseye in far south-central and southeast parts of the state, where he's currently forecast 4-6+ inches. He has 2-4 inches forecast in the Twin Cities.
It's a fairly similar look compared to the National Weather Service's forecast, which puts 5-7 inches near the Minnesota River corridor, which puts Redwood Falls to Mankato in the bullseye, while predicting 3-6 inches in the Twin Cities.