Snow will reach the metro area by the early afternoon.
A half a foot of snow is possible for some Minnesotans.
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.
Travel could be impacted Thursday and Friday.
Novak Weather is tracking the storm.
Novak Weather is following the forecast trends.
Details are coming into focus as the storm gets closer.
The forecast focuses on the potential for a significant storm impacting the area this week.
Meteorologist Sven Sundgaard also discusses the chance for "real cold" temps the last week of January.
3-5 inches should be common, but dry air could decrease snow totals in some areas.
It's not a blockbuster storm, but will definitely be capable of a healthy amount of snow.
Details should come more into focus in the next 24 hours.
The latest on how much more snow could fall.
Extreme blowing snow will lead to impossible travel conditions.
Buckle up, Minnesota.
"Needless to say, travel should be postponed or adjusted if possible given the adverse conditions that are expected," the weather service says.
All eyes on a storm that is poised to bring a white Christmas to most of Minnesota.
The latest on how much snow could fall in the metro and surrounding areas.
A winter storm watch has been issued and includes parts of the metro.