All three have a similar area they currently believe is the bullseye.
Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard also discusses the chance for "real cold" temps the last week of January.
All eyes on what might happen later this week.
Details on what to expect this weekend and a look ahead at next week.
Minnesotans know all too well what a visit from the Polar Vortex means.
Watch the video for full details from Sven.
Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard has the details of how much and when snow will fall.
The heaviest snow will hit the metro between 3-7 p.m.
All eyes on a storm that is poised to bring a white Christmas to most of Minnesota.
"It's a Pacific system so not a ton of snow, but enough," said Sundgaard.
Regardless of snow it's going to get extremely cold around Christmas.
A couple of snow chances between now and Christmas?
It was super cold Monday morning, but still warmer than the average low in the metro this time of year.
The heaviest snow, wherever it falls, will likely happen Saturday.
The storm is still out over the Pacific Ocean.
Sundgaard says it's looking more and more likely that snow will hit somewhere in the region.
More signals that Minnesota's December weather lull could be ending.
This is good stuff!
A great week for anyone who loves sunshine!
We'll probably be wondering about a white Christmas soon enough.
Nothing too big to write home about.