By WCCO-TV Staff

UPDATE (11 p.m.): The snow has all moved out of Minnesota. What remains in the cold.

A wind chill advisory remains in effect for northern Minnesota until noon Sunday. Meteorologist Lisa Meadows says that overnight it could feel as cold as 35 degrees below zero in the Northland. In such cold, frostbite can set in on exposed skin in just minutes.

The bitter cold will affect all of Minnesota on Sunday morning. In the Twin Cities, it will feel like 20 degrees below zero around sunrise. At no point Sunday will it feel like the mercury is above zero.

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On Sunday night, another round of snow is expected to sweep over Minnesota, leaving most areas with an inch of fresh snow. However, the Twin Cities could see slightly more and southeastern Minnesota might see as much as 3 inches stack up.

The Sunday night snow might make for a slick commute Monday morning.

UPDATE (7 p.m.): While snow is falling on southern Minnesota, northern Minnesota is dealing with dangerous cold Saturday night.

A wind chill advisory is in effect for the Northland until noon Sunday. Meteorologist Lisa Meadows says that overnight it could feel as cold as 35 degrees below zero. In such cold, frostbite can set in on exposed skin in just minutes.

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Meanwhile, an Alberta clipper system is moving across southern Minnesota. A number of counties in southwestern and south-central Minnesota are under a winter weather advisory until midnight. Between 2 and 4 inches of snow is expected to fall across southern Minnesota. The Twin Cities is expected to see less than an inch.

Looking ahead, Sunday will be cold and breezy. At no point will it feel like the mercury is above zero.

On Sunday night, another clipper system is expected to brush over Minnesota, leaving most areas with an inch of fresh snow. The Twin Cities, however, is expected to get around 2 inches and southeastern Minnesota could see up to 3 inches stack up.

The Sunday night snow could make for a slick Monday morning commute.

UPDATE (5 p.m.): The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for much of southwestern and south-central Minnesota. The Twin Cities metro is not under the advisory.

According to forecasters, the communities under the advisory could see 2 to 4 inches of snow as a clipper system sweeps across southern Minnesota on Saturday night. The advisory is set to last until midnight.

Drivers in southern Minnesota are advised to beware of slippery roads and reduced visibility. Snowfall rates up to an inch an hour are possible.

According to the National Weather Service, up to 4 inches of snow could stack up in a line stretching from Redwood Falls to Albert Lea. Outside that line, snow accumulations are expected to be lighter.

In the Twin Cites, snow totals are only expected to be around 1 to 2 inches.

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – More snow is on the way for the weekend, with the next system moving in on Saturday afternoon.

The metro area picked up an inch or less of snow overnight Friday, causing slick conditions on the roads. The Minnesota State Patrol reported 216 crashes statewide, none of which were fatal.

St. Anthony saw an inch of snow, but most other areas around the Twin Cities stayed under an inch.

The next round of snow will move into the metro around 5 p.m. It’ll target central and southern Minnesota, but the system will be quick and move out around midnight.

The metro could see an inch or two, but further south in the Minnesota River Valley, totals could near 3-4 inches.

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More snowfall is expected on Sunday, first in the evening, and then again overnight. It could linger into Monday morning, which could make roads slippery for the commute.

Still, Monday will be one of the warmer days of the week, with high temps reaching 16 degrees. The bottom falls out on Tuesday, with an expected high of 2 degrees.