Snow on the way in the Twin Cities, elsewhere

January 21, 2019 01:25 PM

Drivers in the Twin Cities can expect slow commutes Monday night and Tuesday as snow moves into the area.

KSTP Meteorologist Wren Clair said light snow is expected to start Monday afternoon and become steadier overnight - especially after midnight.

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Clair said a coating to an inch of snow is expected Monday night with one-to-three inches possible Tuesday.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for portions of northern Minnesota - including cities like Brainerd and Duluth - from 6 p.m. Monday through noon Tuesday. Portions of those areas could see up to seven inches.

A winter weather advisory has also been issued for portions of south central Minnesota - including cities like New Ulm, Mankato and Albert Lea. That advisory runs 6 p.m. Monday through Tuesday night. Parts of those areas could see up to five inches.

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