The second half of the morning will turn to mixed precipitation of rain, sleet, and snow.
The snow should be out of here by Wednesday morning, but roads will likely be slick and snow-packed for many areas throughout Wednesday morning. "Those areas could see 1" to 3" of the white stuff.
Snow accumulations will range from 1 to 2-inches south of Interstate-80 to near 4-inches along the Illinois-Wisconsin state line. Gusting winds could create areas of blowing snow, making travel hard due to snowpacked, icy roads and reduced visibility. Plain rain will start to win out late Wednesday evening as temperatures rise above freezing. The changeover will occur fastest in our southwest zones.
Forecasters said another round of a wintry precipitation is possible Saturday night into Sunday.
Yet again, this storm is not going to be a big snow maker, due to the progressive mixing and the overall moderate strength of the storm.
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Light snow showers will move in from the west overnight before sunrise.
An area of low pressure will affect the region on Wednesday and into Thursday morning.
The totals shown in the images below are for the period starting Sunday night and ending Tuesday morning.
Plowable snow is possible across the entire Twin Cities metro Wednesday, so be prepared for a tougher commute! If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency. The tricky part of this system will be all about the transition from snow, to sleet, to rain.
Snow is back in the forecast for Puget Sound, but it's likely to come with rain, if at all, this week.