How much snow?

Hey, it's still February, ya know: 10-plus inches of snow in forecast


The National Weather Service has put much of southern and central Minnesota under a winter storm warning starting about dawn Sunday and continuing for at least 24 hours.

Heavy snow "now appears likely" in a wide swath from Morris in the west to St. Cloud to Cambridge, just north of the Twin Cities. Those cities are looking at accumulation above 10 inches.

Then the southern edge of Twin Cities will be joined by Mankato, Faribault and Hutchinson looking at nearly a foot of snow, the Weather Service anticipates.

Winds ranging from 15 to 30 miles an hour over the weekend -- in particular Sunday afternoon and into the night -- "could create areas of blowing and drifting snow," according to the Weather Service.

"Significant amounts of snow are forecast that will make travel dangerous," the Weather Service is cautioning. "Only travel in an emergency."

Comment: Tired of Winter! But close to the end

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