UNDATED (WJON News) -- A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Sunday afternoon through Monday afternoon due to wet slushy snow, a wintry mix, and slippery road conditions.

The Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect at 2:00 p.m. and will continue until 3:00 p.m. on Monday.

A few inches of wet, heavy snow are expected beginning Sunday afternoon, with the heaviest accumulations occurring late Sunday night into early Monday morning.

After the initial burst of heavier snow, a wintry mix of rain/snow is possible but at much lighter rates as surface temperatures warm above freezing.

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The National Weather Service says the snow is expected to be of a wetter, heavier variety.

The St. Cloud metro area could see 2"-4" of snow throughout this advisory period.

A re-freeze is possible overnight Monday as temperatures fall below freezing with wet roads. Tuesday morning's commute may be impacted.





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