Heavy snow, powerful winds tearing through Midwest, Plains

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The mountains can expect snow. This is pretty comfortable weather for the middle of winter.

Zeroing in a little tighter on the Twin Cities area, the weather service is looking for roughly 3 inches of snow in the northwest metro and 6 to 8 inches in the southeast metro.

A narrow swath from Nebraska to southeastern South Dakota, northwestern Iowa, southern Minnesota, north-central Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of MI will be buried under 6-12 inches of snow, with localized amounts up to 18 inches, AccuWeather said.

Mitchell said the moderate to heavy snowfall is likely through Monday evening, and is expected to taper off Tuesday.

A strong storm system will bring a band of moderate to heavy snow across a portion of southern Minnesota Sunday night, spreading east through Monday.

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With temperatures forecasted to be near 50 on Saturday in NY, it will be almost 25 degrees warmer on Saturday in NY than it was this past Sunday. They say if it happens like they think it's going to, travel will be "very hard to impossible, including during the morning commute on Monday".

Rain soaked the region on Sunday and now we're left with lingering showers.

For points south, folks there should see even more snow and more robust winds, according to the NWS.

Meanwhile, minimal lake-effect snow is possible behind the low during the day on Tuesday. Gusts could climb into the 30s causing blowing and drifting snow.

Blizzard Warning: Issued for winds of +35 miles per hour, with falling or blowing snow reducing visibilities of 1/4 mile or less.

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