Temperatures could play in a big role in precipitation type if a storm system moves through this weekend.
Quiet during the work week with questions about the weekend.
The snow storm caused at least 208 crashes this weekend.
MSP Airport had the highest total as of 7 a.m. Sunday with 5.3 inches.
There have been multiple incidents across the metro area.
Snow will reach the metro area by the early afternoon.
A half a foot of snow is possible for some Minnesotans.
Snow will spread from west to east starting Saturday morning in western Minnesota.
Where will the highest snow amounts wind up?
Fluffy snow will pile up in some locations on Saturday.
Details are coming into focus as the storm system gets closer.
How much snow remains the big question.
All eyes on the potential for another storm system in Minnesota.
Nothing is certain yet. The weather service advises Minnesotans to monitor the forecast.
Nothing is certain as any big snowmaker would be 5-6 days away.
It's a slushy mess in the metro, but snow did pile up in southern counties.
Roads in southwestern Minnesota were closed early Friday, while slippery conditions elsewhere in the state led to crashes and spinouts.
It wasn't a bust for everyone in Minnesota.
More snow overnight and through much of the day Friday.
Some hefty snow accumulations are expected in parts of the state.
All three have a similar area they currently believe is the bullseye.
It's expected to be a long duration snow event.