(KMSP) - Wednesday will be the last mild day in the Twin Cities for a while, with clouds and patchy fog and drizzle.
Light drips on Wednesday night will make for slippery surfaces after we practically flash-freeze after midnight. Those plunging temperatures after midnight will glaze over the roads into Thursday morning's commute, just as snow showers roll in to slow us down.
Plunging temps after midnight tongiht will glaze over the roads into Thursday morning's communte, just as snow showers roll in to slow us down. Winter Weather Advisory for the Metro for 1"-3", w/ narrow band of 4"-6"+ somewhere in the Watch zone possible pic.twitter.com/MjG3bJ4DN6— Keith Marler ☀️❄️ (@KeithMarlerFox9) January 10, 2018
Metro forecast is a little about rain/snow & a lot about wind/cold...perhaps 1" - 2" of wet sloppy snow for the morning commute but definitely a windy/cold slap in the face as temps drop to the single digits Thursday afternoon with chills near -20 @FOX9 pic.twitter.com/0UTq18lCNq— ian leonard (@ian_leonard) January 10, 2018
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Twin Cities metro for 1"-3" of snow with a narrow band of 4”-6”+ somewhere in the watch zone possible.
Sample snow potential from early tomorrow moring through early afternoon ... general 1"-3" in Metro, but a NARROW & heavier band could bring 3"-6" just east/southeast ... pic.twitter.com/jSChTCibf0— Keith Marler ☀️❄️ (@KeithMarlerFox9) January 10, 2018
A sample snow potential from early tomorrow morning through early tomorrow morning through early afternoon shows a general 1-3” in the metro, but a NARROW and heavier band could bring 3”-6” just east/southeast of the metro.