This weekend's snowstorm appears to have a mind of its own. A more southerly track has caused a rapid change in most, though not all, forecasts from Minneapolis/St. Paul weather prognosticators.
With snow on the doorstep, here was the latest thinking from Twin Cities forecasters late this Saturday evening. KSTP, KMSP and Accuweather stand out on the low side (about 4.5 inches) while WCCO, MPR and the Star Tribune are more along the lines of 8 inches.
KSTP: 3-6 (most snow along Highway 23 storm)
KMSP: 4.6 per snow tracker on news
Star Tribune: 6-10+ per tweet at 9:50
MPR: 5-10 as of 5:40 per blog
National Weather Service: 6-10
The Weather Channel: 4-8
Weather Underground BestForecast: 8
Novak Weather: 6-10 per tweet at 10:30
DDwx (Minnesota met from Atlanta): 8