It's still early, but with each passing day the possibility of a Thanksgiving holiday storm in Minnesota becomes a bit clearer. What started as a chance of showers, has evolved as mixed precipitation Wednesday through Friday -- and is now looking like it may be all snow. Stay tuned as ravel may be affected.

According to the National Weather Service: This system looks to bring mainly rain to the area, though precipitation will briefly change to a wintry mix and then all snow on Thanksgiving day before moving off to the east. The faster the change to snow occurs, the greater the potential for some accumulating snow will be. Those with travel plans on Thanksgiving should keep a close eye on the forecast.

National Weather Service