More heavy snow heading toward SE Minnesota


Another storm system moving across the Midwest could dump up to 9 inches of snow in the southeast corner of Minnesota.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning and a winter weather advisory for portions of Minnesota and west central Wisconsin.

KTTC's meteorologist Jonathan Kegges expects heavier snow to develop later Sunday afternoon and taper off Monday morning. Wind will also be an issue with this storm -- greatly reducing visibilities and causing the snow to blow and drift.

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KARE 11 doesn't expect any additional accumulation in the Twin Cities metro.

Nearly 5 inches of snow fell at the Duluth airport as of Saturday evening, according to the News Tribune. The town of Leader in Cass County reported 9 inches of fresh snow this weekend.

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