(Chanhassen, MN) -- It's as much about the wind as it is about snowfall now in southeastern Minnesota. Blizzard warnings remain in effect from Martin and Faribault counties eastward through Albert Lea and Rochester, over to the Mississippi River. The National Weather Service says snow will continue to fall through the morning with accumulations up to 10-inches along the I-90 and I-35 corridors. Into afternoon, winds up to 45-miles-an-hour will likely cause blinding white-out conditions for drivers. Winter storm warnings and advisories continue as far out as the Twin Cities and Worthington.