UNDATED (WJON News) -- The National Weather Service says a strong winter storm looks possible towards the middle of next week.

Monday night through Wednesday, a powerful winter storm will impact the region.

A wintry mix of precipitation is likely Monday night into Tuesday.

National Weather Service
National Weather Service

Uncertainty remains with where the rain/snow line will end up next week, but chances for significant snowfall accumulations are increasing for west central into central Minnesota.

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Multiple types of precipitation are possible with liquid precip amounts likely exceeding 1 inch.

Here in St. Cloud, so far in December, we've officially had three inches of snow which is a half inch above normal.  For the season so far, we've had 8.2 inches of snow which is 2.2 inches below normal.

Stay tuned for additional updates.

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