Two more rounds of snowfall are coming to Minnesota on Thursday and Friday, according to the National Weather Service. The flurries follow a snowstorm that dropped a foot of snow or more over the Twin Cities earlier this week.

Up to 2 inches of snow are expected to fall Thursday morning and early afternoon between central Minnesota and the northern suburbs of the Twin Cities, according to the NWS. The rest of the state is expected to get less than an inch of snow.

Friday will bring a 1-2-inch snowfall east of Brainerd and St. Cloud, according to the NWS forecast. The rest of the state is expected to get less than an inch as the weather system rolls through Friday afternoon and into the evening.

Star Tribune meteorologist Paul Douglas also predicts 1-2 inches of snow between Thursday and Friday, as well as another “weak clipper” on Monday.

 

Ben Farniok is a University of Minnesota student on assignment for the Star Tribune.