Freezing Rain, Snow Make For Messy Monday Commute

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minnesotans will likely wake up to snowflakes Monday morning as they prepare for the workweek and their commutes.

The freezing rain that fell much of the day Sunday turned to snow overnight, turning some roads into a slippery, snow-caked mess.

Snow is expected to fall until Monday afternoon. After the snow, the wind will likely pick up to form a chilly evening.

The rest of the week looks to be mild with high temperatures reaching the low 30s — a refreshing contrast when compared to last week’s sub-zero dips.

  • Brett

    LOL!!! You idiots can beat each other up all day long, I have the day OFF, and will be laughing alll day at youir lack of driving skills, arrogance, and egotistic exuberance. That sorry excuse from last Thursday was a JOKE, and made us look like a bunch of hicks from Tennessee. Learn how to drive, or have the POLICE or Highway Patrol start writing out tickets for BLOCKING TRAFFIC for HOURS during RUSH HOUR.

    • Ralph

      Most people do know how to drive in this but it only takes one monkey to stop the show so a good thing you staying home today monkey.

      • Livefree

        Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?

  • mark

    WCCO please change your weather section back to the way it was, you should have the hourly back on it.

  • fred

    the up side to a snowy commute is more Natalie Cain face time.

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