Don't be fooled by Tuesday's sunshine and warmer temperatures. Spring has not yet stopped Old Man Winter from bringing his wrath.
The National Weather Service in Chanhassen reports after two storm systems move through Minnesota, the Twin Cities could see a half-foot of snow or more by Friday.
A line of rain is expected to move into the metro Wednesday evening, just in time for the Twins game at Target Field, according to WCCO.
The heaviest rain is expected in southern Minnesota, where a Flood Watch has been issued.
By late Thursday morning, a wintry mix of rain and snow will start rolling into the Twin Cities.
Paul Douglas predicts a possible 2-4 inches of plowable snow in the far northern suburbs Thursday into early Friday. KARE 11 thinks the moisture will shut off early in some areas of the Twin Cities, leaving 1-2 inches of slush.
WCCO is predicting 6-10 inches for northern Minnesota over the next few days.