*Late Wednesday night update*
Thursday's forecast snow event: As of Wednesday evening, virtually all forecasters are calling for 1-2 inches of snow on Thursday with the heavier amounts in the east metro.
Thursday's forecast snow event: Several forecasters have downgraded snow prospects for Thursday as of late Wednesday night. WCCO, KSTP and the Strib are now calling for a dusting to less than an inch.
Wednesday evening update
Potential snow event for next Tuesday/Wednesday: All forecasters continue to watch for the possibility of a significant storm next week.
Tuesday evening updateAs winter drones on and on and on, so do the forecasts of snow. Through Tuesday evening, most forecasters see some sort of snow event for Thursday while the majority are also eying what could be the third really big snow of the season that keeps giving early next week.
There is some variability in the snow forecast for Thursday. Most weather outlets are currently forecasting 1-2 inches. MPR is predicting 1-3 inches at this point while others see most of it falling to the south (KARE) or across the Wisconsin border (WCCO says the 1-2 inches is most likely across the border). KSTP mentioned the possibility of 3-5 inches just across the border.
The progressive forecast can be found here. Note that given the various "datelines" of each forecast, we've inserted the time of the obtained forecast to reflect that some weather outlets may be accessing more recent weather information than others.
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