UNDATED (WJON News) -- Snow, sleet, and rain will make its way across Minnesota Tuesday.

The National Weather Service says the main change from the previous forecast is for less freezing rain and more sleet. Areas in west central and north central Minnesota will see more snow.

There is a Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory that has been issued for most of the state.

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The National Weather Service is still expecting about four to eight inches of snow to fall from St. Cloud and further north from Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.  They say the snow totals will be closer to two to four inches south of St. Cloud by Wednesday morning.

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Gusts of 40-45mph are possible, with some stronger gusts in far southern Minnesota.

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There will be a lull in the weather activity on Wednesday.  So take advantage of the break on Wednesday to do some clean-up of the driveway and sidewalk.

The second round of sound will arrive on Thursday.  We're expecting to get an additional two to four inches of snow here in St. Cloud with that round of snow.  Higher amounts of four to six inches may be possible to our west out towards Willmar and Morris.

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Windy conditions are expected to persist the rest of the week as well.

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