1-3" still looks good for the area with highest totals in far north, east & southeast.
Some isolated +3" amounts may occur in the far north, northeast & east .
Strong, gusty winds sustained at 15-25 mph with gusts periodically 30-40 mph with snow & falling temperatures will make for slippery travel & poor visibility Monday. Blowing & drifting will be widespread.
Temperatures will tank to teens to 20 by evening & 8-17 tomorrow night with -10 to 2 wind chills.
Transition to all snow for the viewing area from some patchy light rain & light rain/snow/sleet should occur north to south in the 7-10 a.m. time frame.
Snow could come down at a good clip for a while as a lake band enhances the snowfall rates.
Heaviest should fall late morning/midday to mid afternoon.