The National Weather Service says there's a chance accumulating snow across Minnesota again this weekend, with the best shot coming across the southern half of the state.

A storm system will be making tracks towards Minnesota later this week, possibly delivering accumulating snowfall across our area.

The storm is still far enough out that it's still unclear on the exact timing, track, and intensity of the storm. Stay tuned for expected snowfall locations, amounts, and travel impacts.

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The National Weather Service advises that we monitor forecast updates and social media, especially if you have travel plans for Saturday or Sunday. We will keep you up to date right here, on the 98.1 app, and at 98.1 FM.

From the National Weather Service this morning: A winter storm is expected to move across the Midwest this weekend with at least a few inches of snow possible. The greatest chances are southern Minnesota and Wisconsin into Iowa and Illinois.

The latest road conditions can be obtained by calling 511. Road conditions can also be found at 511mn.org.

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