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originally posted by: PrairieShepherd
There's supposed to be a storm showing up tomorrow afternoon, although I haven't read the forecast discussion for hours. They were saying 3-4" of snow across my section of Minnesota, and frigid temps afterward.
ETA: come to think of it, the NWS models were really confused a few days ago. The Euro model and the Canadian model both said tomorrow's storm would break south and MN would get very little snow, but the two American models were saying a big swath of 5-9". I wonder if you're atmospheric "persuasion" was messing with their computer sims.
The thinking now is that a short wave will exit the northern
Rockies on Saturday and then deepen over the central and northern
Plains on Sunday. An area of surface low pressure will develop
over eastern Colorado on Saturday, move into the central Plains on
Sunday and reach the lower Great Lakes on Monday.
Snow will spread into western central and southwest MN by midday
Saturday and then reach into eastern MN and western WI during the
afternoon and evening. The snow then continues Saturday night and
Sunday as the surface low passes south of us. The snow would then
diminish from west to east Sunday night. FB pops were way too low
with likely to categorical pops used.