Southeast Minnesota is under a Winter Storm Warning beginning at midnight Sunday.
Snow moves in overnight, exiting east by Sunday evening.
The band of heaviest snow has shifted a tad further north, and amounts have increased slightly.
It now looks like up to 8 to 10 inches are possible along and north of the I-90 corridor, with locally higher amounts possible.
Winter storm warnings and advisories are in effect for late tonight through Sunday.
Travel will be impacted, likely becoming dangerous in the morning when snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour will be possible.
Consider altering or canceling travel plans Sunday morning.
Hourly snow rates of 1 to 2" will be seen mainly along and north of the Interstate 90 corridor on Sunday.
This snow will cause road conditions to quickly deteriorate. Road crews will have a difficult time keeping up during this time.
Roads will be snow covered & dangerous. In addition, there will be significant reductions in visibilities (1/2 mile or less) due to the falling snow.
After a snowy end to the weekend, the new work week will kick off on a quieter note.
Temperatures will mostly hover around the February normals. Some snow chances return by mid week.