The National Weather Service says that confidence is increasing that a winter storm will impact southern Minnesota Wednesday night into Thursday, with four or more inches of accumulation possible.

Unlike the last few storms that were warm enough to produce ice or rain, temperatures with this next system will be cold enough to produce all snow.

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What remains uncertain is the arrival and departure times of the snow, the location of the heaviest snow, and total snowfall amounts and the impact on travel.

Confidence is increasing for several inches of snow Wednesday night into Thursday across southern Minnesota into western Wisconsin. Stay up to date with the latest forecast in the coming days.

The National Weather Service urges us to stay tuned to future forecasts, because it's almost certain that the forecast will change in the coming days.

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