The Twin Cities could get its first snowfall of the season Friday morning as some bands of precipitation move in from west to east.
At 8 a.m., moderate snowfall was falling along the I-94 corridor near St. Cloud and the cluster of snow showers was moving rapidly to the east, meaning a coating of snow could be covering lawns throughout the metro in quick fashion.
Here's what the snowfall looked like in St. Joseph, Minnesota, this morning, courtesy of former St. Cloud Times columnist Andy Rennecke.
While this system is pushing a quick burst through the area, the more dominant storm system is forecast to impact northern Minnesota Saturday, where up to 5 inches of snow could accumulate.