Where the snow falls, it could accumulate – mainly on grassy surfaces.
Minnesota could hit the 70s next week.
April snow showers bring May flowers.
Far northwestern Minnesota stands the best chance for higher snow totals.
Snow could accumulate in far northern parts of the state.
A nice weekend will give way to some wet weather.
Early next week will be interesting for much of Minnesota.
Southern Minnesota could see 5-7 inches of snow on Monday.
A band of very heavy snow is moving slowly to the northeast Monday morning.
Some parts of Minnesota could see up to 10 inches.
Most of the snow will fall on Monday morning and into the early afternoon.
Heavy snow will move into the state on Sunday night.
Huge accumulations are expected in Colorado and Wyoming, and some could spill into Minnesota.
Multiple warnings were issued around 4:15 p.m.
It's a wild weather day in Minnesota.
Depending on where you live, Wednesday will offer plenty of weather options.
A winter storm watch has been issued where more than 6 inches could pile up.
Here's your weekend outlook from Sven Sundgaard.
Above average temperatures are expected next week.
Portions of central, north-central and northwest Minnesota are under a winter weather advisory from noon to midnight Tuesday.
Texas has endured a catastrophic cold snap that saw the state's energy grid collapse.
Not a huge storm, though some areas could see several inches.