New round of snowfall moves into the metro

Another round of snow is expected in the Twin Cities Tuesday.

KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas reports snow moved into the metro from the south after 8 a.m., with 2-4 inches of snow expected by 6 p.m.

Yuhas said some of that snow could be mixed with freezing rain.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for several counties, stating the winter weather will likely create slippery road conditions for the evening commute.

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Meanwhile, a winter storm warning is in effect for portions of northern Minnesota, with heavy snow accumulations of 3-5 inches and 5-7 inches expected.

Looking ahead, Yuhas reports New Year’s Eve is expected to be "extremely cold," with Friday night temperatures falling below zero degrees and wind chills of minus 20 degrees.

Track weather where you are via the KSTP weather page.

Find KSTP’s complete winter weather guide here.