The system has Environment Canada issuing a Winter Storm Watch for several parts of the region.
The storm system moves out of the Rockies into the Plains Monday morning with snow, wind and rain.
Monday's high temperature for the day is expected to be in the mid-30s early with temperatures dropping throughout the remainder of the day.
Snowfall of 6 to 8 inches - with locally higher amounts - is possible from just north of the Iron Range north toward the Canadian border. The watch area covers southeast North Dakota, and portions of central, north-central, northwest and west central Minnesota. Snowfall of 1 to 3 inches expected, along with areas of blowing snow.
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Reacting to the school's notice, Saha said, "This shows the vindictive attitude of the principal, who wants to break the Guardians' Forum".
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 6 p-m Monday until noon Tuesday in the Twin Ports area and northwestern Wisconsin. The winds also will bring a drop in temperatures that may lead roads to become ice-covered as the snow starts to fall. Blowing snow will develop late Monday.
But the worst weather in the metro area is expected to hit in the afternoon as colder air moves in, bringing with it wind gusts of up 55 miles per hour and 3 to 6 inches of snow.
The snow is expected to become lighter Tuesday morning however blowing snow may continue most of Tuesday.
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