A quiet Friday for the most part with some very light snow showers across far southern Minnesota early (along I-90). We'll see a mix of clouds and sun today with temps a bit warmer, in the upper 20s. Winds will be light from the southeast.

Overnight, we're going to see the first of two rounds of snow- both of which will be on the edge of the Twin Cities. Snow will start in western MN late this afternoon and make it's way to the metro by about 10-11 p.m. Snow will be done by sunrise Saturday and we'll see 1" to 3" in the metro but areas just west will see up to 3" to 4" from St. Cloud to Mankato and west.

Saturday will bring milder temps, we could get above freezing and mostly dry conditions for the metro. Snow will start up later in the evening and fall heavily through the night into Sunday morning just southeast of us. The metro could still see at least a few inches out of that but heavier, 6" to 12"+ will fall from Rochester, La Crosse to Eau Claire.

Temps drop next week to well below normal and subzero a few times.

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