Quiet weather pattern through Friday.
Temperatures could play in a big role in precipitation type if a storm system moves through this weekend.
Where will the highest snow amounts wind up?
Details are coming into focus as the storm system gets closer.
All eyes on the potential for another storm system in Minnesota.
Nothing is certain as any big snowmaker would be 5-6 days away.
More snow overnight and through much of the day Friday.
All three have a similar area they currently believe is the bullseye.
It's expected to be a long duration snow event.
Novak Weather is tracking the storm.
Novak Weather is following the forecast trends.
The forecast focuses on the potential for a significant storm impacting the area this week.
Novak Weather has the forecast.
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.
It looks like west-central Minnesota could get a bit more than the metro.
3-5 inches should be common, but dry air could decrease snow totals in some areas.
All eyes on the potential for another winter storm middle of next week.
The latest on how much more snow could fall.
Novak Weather has his eyes on the storm system, which could deliver a white Christmas.
Just in time for Christmas?