Snow timeline: Twin Cities could get 2-5" inches by Thursday night

A second round of snow Thursday could drop another 5 inches on the Twin Cities metro, adding to the already over 4 inches on the ground as of Wednesday morning. 

Some schools have already announnced closings or cancellations. 

The Twin Cities metro is now estimated to get around 2-5 inches of snow between Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect from 6 p.m. Wednesday through late night Thursday. In places east of the metro, a Winter Storm Warning is in effect and in Southwest Minnesota, a blizzard warning has been issued. 


Thursday: Snow and blowing snow with gusty winds as temperatures fall to the lower teens (wind chills below zero). Snow tapers off in the late afternoon with an additional 2 to 4 inches falling throughout the day.  

Thursday Night into Friday: COLD--wind chills to minus 30 in the metro with high struggling to get back to zero Friday afternoon. 

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