Winter Storm Watch In Effect For Monday Night Into Tuesday Minnesota weather: Storm arriving Monday night, brings snow for some, ice for others A large winter storm tracks NE from..
A large winter storm tracks NE from the inter-mountain west across the Plains Monday arriving in Minnesota late Monday night and dominating the forecast Tuesday. The storm arrives on a push of very mild air and that will play havoc with the overall precipitation types across the FOX 9 viewing area Tuesday morning through late Tuesday night. At this point it looks like Tuesday morning will be a wintry mix of snow/rain with the possibility of patchy freezing rain in The Metro before changing to heavy wet snow by the afternoon and staying as snow into Tuesday evening. The Twin Cities Metro is in a Winter Storm Warning from Monday afternoon into Tuesday night…stay tuned as this storm changes and develops over the next 36 hours.
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect for Central and Southern Minnesota beginning late Monday through Tuesday that is set to bring some impactful weather to parts of the state.
There is a lot of moisture and warmer air with this storm system which will set the stage for measurable snow, but also sets up the possibility to see rain and/or freezing rain mix in as well.
Timing as of Sunday morning shows the snow beginning to fall in Southern Minnesota during the mid morning before becoming more widespread late Monday. Right now, the overnight hours provide the most uncertainty. With temperatures at or near freezing, rain and freezing rain can mix in, which will impact possible snow totals.
The band of heavy snow is expected to fall from Southwest Minnesota, extending into Northern Wisconsin with snow falling heaviest late Monday into Tuesday. (FOX 9)
The band of heavy snow is expected to fall from Southwest Minnesota, extending into Northern Wisconsin with snow falling heaviest late Monday into Tuesday.
Freezing rain, and rain are possible in the overnight hours Monday into Tuesday, mainly for Southern Minnesota. Warmer air will impact how much of this falls as rain versus freezing rain, and that type of precipitation will impact snow totals, and ice accumulations. How far North that warm air reaches is also still uncertain.
Most precipitation will turn back over to all snow as this system begins to exit the region later on Tuesday.
Questions still remain as to where there will be only snow, a mix, or rain/freezing rain. Those questions will get answers as this system gets a little closer.
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