Snow totals of 1 to 4 inches expected across Minnesota overnight

Some sleet and freezing rain are also in the picture, especially for southern Minnesota. When the snowfall ends toward morning, winds will be picking up to nearly 20 mph.
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Some sleet and freezing rain are also in the picture, especially for southern Minnesota. When the snowfall ends toward morning, winds will be picking up to nearly 20 mph.

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According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, the storm system will bring heavy snow to parts of Minnesota this weekend. Light snow is possible over parts of southern Minnesota. Another round of accumulating snowfall is possible Tuesday and Wednesday.