Thursday’s Minneapolis Forecast – More Snow On The Way!

By D.J. Kayser, Meteorologist – Follow me on Twitter and Facebook!

We did it! We saw 8.9″ officially Wednesday at the MSP airport. That brings our February total to 31.5″, making this February the snowiest February on record. We’re also sitting at the 10th snowiest month ever on record. While a few snowflakes will linger around the region today, the clouds will stick around for the most part. Here’s your seven-day outlook:

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And yes, there is more snow in the forecast! Snow moves back in late Friday into Friday Night, potentially mixing with some freezing drizzle by Saturday morning. Snowfall accumulations of 1-2″ are expected in this time frame. Another system moves through late Saturday into early Sunday, bringing more drizzle and snow Saturday before transitioning over to all snow in the late afternoon hours. This system will bring the potential of 1-3″ of snow along with it at the moment, with the heaviest snow falling to our south and east. Another snow chance then exists late Monday into Tuesday next week. Whoever is wishing for snow out there can stop now… please!

DJ Kayser About DJ Kayser
Daniel (D.J.) Kayser works as a multimedia meteorologist for Praedicitx in the Twin Cities, and lives in the St. Cloud area. He's a 2012 graduate of St. Cloud State University with a Bachelor's of Science in meteorology. Besides blogging for MinnyApple, D.J. also runs his own weather blog at dkayserwx.wordpress.com, which he uses for forecasts and fun weather factoids. He also writes blogs for Praedictix at praedicitx.com/blog. During his free time, he loves to get out and enjoy the outdoors with his wife, Rebecca.