The models are not in agreement of the exact location, nor the strength of the system... but a strong low pressure will move across the Rockies tomorrow.
HPC's QPF map puts my location between 1.25" and 1.5" of liquid by Monday morning, with a bullseye of 1.85" just north of Duluth.
The question turns to the exact placement of the rain/snow line. With that much liquid possible, someone may see heavy & wet snow. NWS Duluth is waiting for one more model run to gain more insight on how this system will behave before issuing any Watches.