Sogn Valley SKYWARN, Inc. works in association and is coordinated by the local office of the National Weather Service in Chanhassen, Minnesota. We are a team of volunteer storm spotters who are trained to support the NWS and our local communities during times of severe weather. Our observations and subsequent reports provide critical data for the early detection of weather events capable of threatening life and/or property.
Additionally, there is a risk for a few strong to severe storms late tomorrow afternoon into the evening. The main threat will be damaging winds, but a few tornadoes can't be ruled out. These storms will be moving at about 60MPH. #mnwx #wiwx https://t.co/cQepbPkWWI
A dangerous winter storm will move across the region today into Saturday morning. A wintry mix and possibly light icing is possible mainly south of I-90. This would reduce snow totals across SW WI and NE IA. Change your travel plans if possible to avoid this dangerous snow area. https://t.co/KEPcCC3Slb
Snowfall totals have increased for Friday. Accumulations of 6 inches or more now look likely across southern Minnesota into western Wisconsin. Snow will begin early Friday for SW Minnesota, reach the Twin Cities by late morning, and Wisconsin by early afternoon. #mnwx #wiwx https://t.co/llhLxOln0H