CHANHASSEN - While Central Minnesota may only see a dusting of snow, some portions of the state may see 2-3 inches on Thanksgiving.

The National Weather Service says the main band is expected to miss the Twin Cities with the most snow possible in southeast Minnesota and western Wisconsin.

Snow is expected to fall in the late morning and early afternoon hours.

In St. Cloud, there's a 30 percent chance for snow from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. temps will remain steady in the low-30s.