Snow will spread from west to east starting Saturday morning in western Minnesota.
Fluffy snow will pile up in some locations on Saturday.
Details are coming into focus as the storm system gets closer.
How much snow remains the big question.
All eyes on the potential for another storm system in Minnesota.
Nothing is certain yet. The weather service advises Minnesotans to monitor the forecast.
Nothing is certain as any big snowmaker would be 5-6 days away.
More snow overnight and through much of the day Friday.
Some hefty snow accumulations are expected in parts of the state.
The storm will bring impacts to much of Minnesota Thursday and Friday.
Travel could be impacted Thursday and Friday.
Novak Weather is tracking the storm.
Novak Weather is following the forecast trends.
Details are coming into focus as the storm gets closer.
All eyes on what might happen later this week.
Details on what to expect this weekend and a look ahead at next week.
Novak Weather has the forecast.
Minnesotans know all too well what a visit from the Polar Vortex means.
A blocking pattern is keeping Minnesota high and dry.
The CPC is projecting above normal precipitation for the region Jan. 13-19.
The side streets and sidewalks were slick in Minnesota on Monday.
Watch the video for full details from Sven.