The Twin Cities is set for another round of snow this weekend, though it's not likely to be as much as seen last Saturday.
The National Weather Service currently has the Twin Cities metro pegged as getting 1-2 inches of snow, with 2-3 inches set to hit in the southern parts of the state.
But Bring Me The News meteorologist Sven Sundgaard has the Twin Cities getting more, with 2-3 inches possible, with up to 4 inches landing in the south of the state.
If that's the case, expect the southern suburbs to have the best chance of 3 inches of snow.
What's more, Sven says that the next week is shaping up to be interesting as well, with the potential for a "big storm" as the week progresses, which will be followed up by some "real cold" following what has been an unusually mild winter.
Back to this weekend, the NWS says drivers can expect "light ice accumulations" overnight Friday through Saturday morning, which will change to snow in the afternoon.
"Slick roads and surfaces are likely tonight and tomorrow," it adds.