Winter Weather Advisory Hits Southeast Minnesota
The snow is set to move in this afternoon and last throughout the night.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for much of Southeast Minnesota, as snow accumulations will hit between 2 and 4 inches.
The advisory starts at 1 pm and goes all the way until 7 am Monday. This means that your Monday morning commute could be affected and travel could become difficult, along with reduced visibilities.
The snow should all wrap up before noon, and then we should see some more 'normal' April temps with a high of 41 on Tuesday and 54 on Wednesday, 52 Thursday and 55 on Friday with a chance of rain.
The snow should not last long on the ground, but it doesn't look like Southeast Minnesota is going to miss out on snow this time around.
We will keep you updated on road conditions along with any school closings and delays, if there are any, during Luke in the Morning on 103.1 KFIL.