The National Weather Service says to get ready for snow, as several inches of accumulation are expected beginning tomorrow and continuing into Sunday.

Snow will spread across the state from west to east tomorrow, before things wind down Sunday morning. The weather forecast models have been consistent with at least a few inches of snow across Minnesota Saturday into early Sunday.

The National Weather Service still anticipates travel impacts from the snow, but they are not expected to be severe considering the light winds and timing of the snowfall (Saturday into early Sunday morning).

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From the National Weather Service this morning: Snow will spread west to east during Saturday, tapering off early Sunday morning. Steady snowfall will result in accumulating snow across the southern half of Minnesota and most of Wisconsin. Heaviest snowfall is currently expected in southern Minnesota.

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

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