MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – After a warm weekend in which highs on Saturday might climb near 40, a significant snowstorm may be in store for early next week.

WCCO-TV Meteorologist Matt Brickman says a storm is tracking toward the Twin Cities and is expected to hit on Tuesday.

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“Potentially plowable snow,” he said. “So we’ll be keeping a close eye on that.”

The National Weather Service says that early next week the storm system will move up from the Great Plains and into the Upper Midwest.

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The storm could affect the Iowa caucus, which is slated for Monday.

In Minnesota, snow looks to fall in the southeastern part of the state, including the Twin Cities metro.

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Heavy snow is possible, the National Weather Service says, but it’s too far out to list predictions.