UPDATE: The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for much of the state from Tuesday through Thursday as the storm dubbed "Cleon" makes its way out of the Rocky Mountain states and into the Great Plains.
Areas north of Wright County, as near as Princeton and Cambridge, could see 6 to 8 inches of new snow during this time.
Snowfall amounts will drop as you head south.
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You might be driving through some snow to get to work in
the early part of the week.
Snow is in the forecast for St. Michael, along with rain on Monday and Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen. Snow is also in the forecast for Wednesday, with a slight chance Wednesday night.
The daytime temperatures will be in the high 30s on Monday and Tuesday, but low temperatures will dip to near freezing those nights.
Total snow accumulation could be 2 to 4 inches.
The high temperature will drop from 39 degrees on Tuesday to 29 degrees on Wednesday and 12 degrees on Thursday.
"By late in the week, highs will struggle to warm to the single digits and teens," according to the NWS.
The low temperature on Wednesday night will be around 10 degrees and to -1 degree on Thursday night.
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