Winter storm warning now includes Twin Cities

From MPR News weather editor Steve Nelson:

Parts of the metro could see between six and 10 inches of snow through Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

A winter storm warning is in effect across much of Minnesota. Wind gusts up to 25 MPH could cause some blowing and drifting on Monday.

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The National Weather Service says to expect two bands of precipitation:

THIS SNOWFALL LOOKS TO BE SPLIT UP INTO TWO WAVES OF MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW. THE FIRST WILL COME TONIGHT THROUGH MONDAY MORNING…WITH A SECOND ROUND EXPECTED MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY MORNING. SNOWFALL RATES ARE EXPECTED TO DECREASE FOR A PERIOD MONDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING BETWEEN THESE TWO WAVES.

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