The Twin Cities are included in Minnesota's winter storm watch for Tuesday-Wednesday.
According to the National Weather Service (via Bring Me The News), here's what the forecast is for Thanksgiving week:
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect Tuesday night and Wednesday morning east of a line from Canby, to St. Cloud, to Cambridge, Minnesota. This includes all of the Twin Cities metro, southern Minnesota, and west central Wisconsin. Snowfall totals of 6 or more inches are possible in the watch area. In addition, gusty northeast winds Tuesday night will shift to the northwest Wednesday, resulting in areas of blowing snow. Travel could be significantly impacted through at least Wednesday morning.
Snow will develop across southern Minnesota late Tuesday afternoon and spread northeastward across central Minnesota and western Wisconsin Tuesday night. The snow may be heavy at times. Snow will end from west to east Wednesday morning, but blowing snow could continue into the afternoon.
With Minnesota weather constantly changing, however, you never know what's actually going to happen.
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