This one has a bullseye on central Minnesota.
The south metro got hammered.
This October storm isn't messing around.
"Like it or not, winter is coming," said meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.
There could be significant differences in the metro area.
A winter storm watch has been issued and includes parts of the metro.
The Minnesota Lake PD clearly has a sense of humor.
The storm is approaching from the south Friday morning.
The storm is still on track to blast Minnesota Friday and Saturday.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois preview what's to come for Minnesota.
The snow is expected to bring heavy snow most of the day Friday.
Heavy snow is expected Friday with blowing and drifting issues Saturday.
It could bring accumulating snow and strong winds.
Parts of northwest Minnesota are also under the gun Sunday.
Snow totals will vary across the state, with highest amounts in western Minnesota.
Winter storm watches have been issued for approximately half of the the state.
Some residential streets still aren't plowed more than 72 hours after the storm.
We're in for a doozy late Tuesday through Wednesday morning.
It could be tough travel conditions for people going in and out of MSP.
The warning is in effect from Tuesday night through noon Wednesday.
Roads are expected to be treacherous late Tuesday night and Wednesday.
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.