The Twin Cities will take a few flurries compared to what's happening to the northwest.
Some ridiculous snowfall totals could occur in eastern North Dakota.
Outside of south-central Minnesota, the weather service expects flakes to fly Saturday.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld breaks down a potential snowstorm.
It launched a new program to connect those who struggle to shovel with those who can help.
Looks like the bottom will fall out later this week.
It's a sight for (some) sore eyes!
Winter is coming.
Fun fact: It last snowed in the Twin Cities 110 days ago (as of Aug. 26).
The park has suffered from spring rain and snow melt.
Are we sure the Night King didn't defeat Mother Nature and is now ruling the weather?
The high Sunday might not get out of the 30s in parts of the metro.
Duluth set an all-time record for May.
Nothing quite like waking up to snow on the ground this time of year....
Rain could turn to a wintry mix and snow in some areas.
It's not like it's almost May or anything...
Minnesotans don't need snow in late April. Give it to Iowa and Wisconsin.
Carver, Scott and Dakota counties are in a winter weather advisory.
Winter won't go away.
It's looking like a wet Saturday, with snow possibly mixing in for some.
One was quite a bit more accurate than the other.