WCCO: Shows a high of 31 and a chance of mixed precipitation. No comments actually made on the air.
KSTP: From the KSTP weather blog: “Late week storm? It's far out and not high confidence, but there could be a system that pushes into Minnesota Thursday through Saturday. At this point, looks pretty light for the Metro - with light rain/maybe ending as light snow (only going 20% chance)....but Northern MN could get some decent snow out of it in the Friday-Saturday timeframe. Bears watching at the very least.”
Fox: Website shows a chance of mixed precipitation.
KARE: Next Thursday/Friday not covered in their extended outlook
Strib: Light rain/snow mix possible late on Thursday. Friday: Mostly cloudy with light snow, maybe light accumulations.
NWS: Thursday night: A 20 percent chance of light freezing rain and snow. Friday: Cloudy with a 40 percent chance of rain.
MPR: The GFS model is tracking a low pressure system through Iowa by next Thursday/Friday. Right now it looks warm enough for the system to begin as rain in southern Minnesota and the metro, but maybe snow in central and northern MN. There may be a transition to all snow Friday, but it's way too early to tell.
The medium range forecast models are not nearly good enough temporality or spatially to pinpoint rain/snow areas a week out, and sometimes even 24 hours out! The state of the science of meteorology only allows us to say there might be rain and or snow in a week...and anyone who tells you otherwise is selling you a bill of goods.