MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There’s a lot of spring in the forecast, but we’re not done with winter weather yet.

Overnight Monday to Monday, a clipper from Alberta will bring light snow to a very narrow area. Before dawn, a thin swath will stretch across central Minnesota, mostly north of the Interstate 94 corridor. Then, towards the early morning drive, the best chance of snow will be north of the Twin Cities and in west-central Minnesota.

The snow will head towards the subway, likely hitting towards the end of the morning commute. The system will be out of state around noon.

The snow zone will only be about 30 miles wide, but there will be built-in elements of heavier snow, at least for an hour or two. If these elements moved south, it would put heavier and more stable snow on the Twin Cities. Right now it looks like it will be just north.

The Twin Cities will likely see less than an inch of snow; 1 to 2 inches are expected between St. Cloud and Eau Claire; and 2-3 inches south of Hinckley and into western Wisconsin. There is a winter weather advisory in effect for western Wisconsin between 3 a.m. and noon Monday, during which 2 to 4 inches are possible.

Temperatures will be near freezing during the snowfall, so roads will likely be covered in slush or wet instead of snow-covered.

Any snow that falls is expected to melt Tuesday, with a high of 50 expected in the Twin Cities. The north will remain in the 40s, while parts of southern Minnesota could approach 60 degrees.

Wednesday will be even warmer, and we will stay mild all week. Most of the snowpack will likely be gone by the weekend when it will be dry with mild temperatures.