Forecast is still on track for a white-knuckle drive tonight as you bounce around town looking for the best way to ring in the New Year. The National Weather Service continues the WINTER STORM WARNING for the Twin Cities from 6pm Saturday to 6am Sunday. A total of 1" to 3" with isolated higher amounts can be expected through that time frame. Below you'll find a few graphics on timing of precipitation and how much to expect in certain areas. Happy New Year!! Looks like Winter wanted to join in the party too!
**AM SATURDAY UPDATE**
Storm track has shifted, looks like more snow will develop on the storms colder side... It could be a wintry New Years - stay tuned for more updates! A WINTER STORM WARNING has been issued for the Metro from 6pm Saturday thru 6am Sunday. Rain quickly changing over to snow will have some accumulations across parts of the state. It's not a major snow event, but wind whipped snow may reduce visibilities quite a bit overnight and cause slippery spots. KEEP THIS IN MIND IF YOU'LL BE TRAVELING/PARTYING TONIGHT!!
**PREVIOUS UPDATE BELOW**
Todd's Conservation MN Outlook for the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota:
NEW YEAR'S EVE: WINTER STORM WARNING Starting @ 6pm. Unseasonably mild. Mostly cloudy with a little light PM Rain. Rain/snow mix develops later. High: 39. Winds: SSE 10-15mph turning SSW 20-30mph late.