Minnesota could see a “potentially historic” storm between Wednesday evening, April 10, and Friday morning, April 12, according to the Twin Cities office of the National Weather Service.

The storm could involve the area between the Twin Cities and Mankato accumulating eight to 12 inches of snow, according to a Tuesday morning predication from NWS.

Much of the state is in a winter storm watch with the south western portion of the state in a blizzard warning set to begin Wednesday evening.

The storm, which will come in from the east, is likely to begin with mixed conditions, including rain and sleet.

The snowfall total will vary based on how much of the initial liquid falls as rain, snow or sleet.

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