If you haven't had enough yet, more snow could be on the way for pretty much all of Minnesota if the weather pattern stays the same over the next 4-5 days.
Novak Weather's Wednesday video briefing focuses on Thursday's storm that will bring all types of precipitation to Minnesota, with the snow poised to impact central and northern parts of the state.
As of this writing, it looks like mixed precipitation or all rain for the Twin Cities, but any shift south in the storm track could change the forecast in the next 12-24 hours. For now, a winter weather advisory surrounds a narrow stripe of a winter storm warning, where the heaviest snow is currently forecast to fall.
"There is the potential for a swath of accumulations between 5 to 7 inches from the Brainerd Lakes region towards Duluth. Some uncertainty remains on the southern edge of the forecast snowfall swath as there will be a transition to a wintry mix or all rain the further southeast you go, so there is the potential for a shift in the location of the heavier snowfall," says the National Weather Service.
Novak Weather then takes a look at the weekend, the latter half of which could see another storm system move through. Will it snow again? Time will tell, but it certainly appears that it'll be cold enough for precipitation to fall as snow if a storm system does move through the region.