GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. - After a lot of our snowpack has melted, more is on the way.

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By Sunday afternoon some drizzle is expected. But the bulk of the precipitation doesn't move in until overnight Sunday into early Monday. Right now a heavier band of snow is anticipated with a Winter Storm Warning issued for much of southern Minnesota into Wisconsin. However, the track of the snow band has already shown signs of shifting southeast and the possibility of that continuing would change the forecast dramatically.

The current forecast models that we have moderate confidence the possibility of 5"-10" in the south metro and across southern Minnesota. Totals of a foot aren't out of the question for areas surrounding Mankato to Owatonna. Meanwhile the north and especially northwest metro could see minimal accumulation near 1"! The question is will this storm continue on this track. With a tight snow gradient any little shift in the track will make a big difference in what falls in your driveway.

Expect slow travel throughout the day Monday into Monday night.