The National Weather Service still isn't ready to commit to how much snow we may get, yet. By tomorrow (Wednesday) they should have a pretty good idea how much snow we could potentially get in our area. Right now it's looking like we are falling into the bullseye that has the potential to drop 6-8" or maybe more snow.

The National Weather Service in the Twin Cities tweeted out this morning a graphic that puts the Burnsville, Lakeville, Elko New Market, Faribault, and Owatonna area in the bullseye with the greatest chance of the most snow to fall.



Image Credit: @NWSTwinCities via Twitter

Right now the forecast is calling for the snowfall to start Friday morning and continue through Saturday afternoon with the areas of highest impact being the Eastern half od Minnesota and into Western Wisconsin.

The storm is expected to bring strong winds in behind it making for difficult driving conditions due to blowing and drifting snow. If you don't have it yet, download our app to keep up with the weather where you are, and road conditions.