UNDATED - Over the next 24 to 36 hours, our weather will become very active with numerous showers and thunderstorms developing, then transitioning to snow and rain.

Later this afternoon, thunderstorms will begin to develop, some may become severe, especially across far eastern Minnesota, and west central Wisconsin. The greatest threat of severe weather will occur across west central Wisconsin, east of the stationary front.

Later this evening, and into the overnight hours, the precipitation will switch over to snow across the far west, with some accumulations possible by morning. The switch over to snow will occur across central and southern Minnesota during the morning hours, with mainly rain by noon.

The precipitation should abruptly end after the noon hour, with cold north-northwest winds and temperatures holding or falling into the 30s.