The National Weather Service says that we are in for a mixed bag of winter weather across Central Minnesota for Sunday and Monday, and even into Tuesday -- with snow, and maybe even freezing rain and drizzle possible as two waves of winter weather will affect our area.

Exact amounts of accumulation are still elusive at this point, but a couple of inches looks likely for St. Cloud on Sunday -- with more coming on Monday. Stay tuned over the next day or two as things become clearer.

National Weather Service

From the National Weather Service this morning: Confidence is fairly high that an impactful wintry mixed precipitation event will unfold for Sunday through Tuesday of next week. Over the 3-day period, accumulating snow with amounts generally in the 3-6" range is expected for much of central MN into northwest WI while ice accretion of between several hundredths of an inch to around a tenth of an inch is likely over southern MN into western WI. Hazardous travel conditions and isolated power outages are possible. Keep up to date with the latest forecasts over the next several days on this developing situation.

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