Thanks to social media, we've been hearing about our latest big snowstorm for around a week now. Seeing as the snow is set to fly later tonight, just how much will we see here in Rochester?


Well, to try to narrow things down, let's take a look at a couple trusted sources. Over at ABC 6, Meteorologist Cindy Morgan posted a graphic yesterday that really breaks down how tough it is for forecasters to try to come up with an accurate prediction of how much snow we'll get.

The various models say we could get anywhere from over 15 inches on the high end, to only 2.9 inches on the low end. That's a pretty big difference!

The National Weather Service has updated their prediction to include a Winter Storm Warning beginning at midnight Thursday, with between 8 and 14 inches of total accumulation by Friday night.

Meanwhile, the folks over at Weather-Eye are saying we'll see a similar amount, near 14 and a half inches. And Ted Schmidt over at KTTC's Precision Weather Center says anywhere from 8 to 12 inches are possible in our area, with more northwest of Rochester, towards the Twin Cities..

So, even the experts vary in their predictions. So, what say you? How much snow will we get here in Rochester?

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