We'll probably be wondering about a white Christmas soon enough.
The bulk of the precipitation Tuesday should remain south and east of the metro.
Just a bit too far south...
The models are all over the place with Tuesday's storm.
The Twin Cities will be toeing the zone of rain or snow, so we'll have to wait and see what happens.
All eyes on a system that could move through the region early next week.
They're still accepting orders for pickup, however.
The crash happened near Monticello in snowy conditions.
A snow squall warning was issued Thursday morning for Wright and Hennepin counties.
Intense snowfall is causing major issues on the roads.
Flames and thick black smoke are coming from the crash scene.
He suffered "significant injuries" in the incident.
Snow is expected to push through the Twin Cities early in the day Thursday.
The storm dumped up to 10 inches in the Brainerd Lakes Area.
The latest on how much snow could fall in the metro and surrounding areas.
Sven has the latest on the Tuesday winter storm.
The Twin Cities is in the heart of the winter storm warning.
Plan ahead if you're traveling Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Snow could be quite heavy at times on Tuesday afternoon.
Expect temperatures to plunge this week.
Enjoy temps in the 70s through the weekend. It could be the last of it until spring.
All eyes on the middle of next week.
The middle of next week looks interesting.