If you were breathing a sigh of relief that southern Minnesotans have had minimal shoveling to do this winter, hold that breath. You might need it to power through all the snow on your driveway this weekend.

The National Weather Service is calling for up to 10 inches of snow between Saturday night and Sunday morning in southwestern Minnesota. The forecast suggests snow is expected to start falling sometime after midnight on Sunday, with up to 5 inches accumulation.

Sunday’s forecast calls for brisk winds from the north or northwest, with gusts up to 25 miles per hour.  Snow accumulations that day could be as much as 5 inches.