Snow forecast to begin in Twin Cities after 9 p.m. Monday

Snow forecast to begin in Twin Cities after 9 p.m. Monday Photo: KSTP/Frank Rajkowski

February 11, 2019 06:51 PM

More snow is on its way.

KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl said snow is expected to begin falling in the Twin Cities metro area sometime after 9 p.m. Monday. 


Dahl said about three-to-four inches could fall overnight, with another one-to-two inches expected on Tuesday.

Snow emergencies have already been declared in some communities including Golden Valley, Brooklyn Park and Elk River.

KSTP interactive radar

Already, the metro area has received 16.3 inches of snow in February, putting the month in the top 10 of snowiest Februarys on record even before the next round of expected snow.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for an area that includes the Twin Cities. Further east, including the city of Red Wing in Minnesota and into Wisconsin, a winter storm warning is in effect.

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