Twin Cities forecasters are now focusing on a possible snow event for late Sunday and Monday. Evidently, the weather models are not yet conforming (nice to see they aren't giving in to peer pressure), and forecasts, accordingly, are rather across the board. KSTP has been the most aggressive with this storm, presently saying that the heaviest snow may end up right over the metro. FOX is the first to throw out possible snow amounts. WCCO and KARE seem to the most skeptical about the storm, thinking most of it will remain to the south.
As of Wednesday evening, here's what the local weather mavens had to say about what might happen late Sunday and Monday:
WCCO: Expect most of snow to fall south of MSP
KSTP: Think the heaviest snow may end up right over the metro
FOX: Possibility of 3-5 sloppy inches ... unless it stays warm and remains rain
KARE: Expect heaviest snow to fall south, perhaps across the I-90 corridor
Strib: Looking more likely for enough to shovel and plow
NWS: 50 percent chance of snow Sunday night and Monday
MPR: Indications are that a rain/snow mix will move in Sunday night
You can track the evolving forecast of the possible snow, by forecaster, here.
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