Light Snow Could Snarl Monday’s Rush Hour Commute

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A dusting of snow is in the forecast and although it won’t be quite enough to shovel, it could mess up your evening commute.

Meteorologist Mike Augustyniak said the show should start around lunchtime with a few flakes falling in the Twin Cities. That snow will continue until this evening but it drops off sharply, just north of the metro.

Areas north of the cities will see very little snow, and possibly, none at all.

Augustyniak said areas to the south could see as much as an inch of snow by about 6 p.m.

Other areas will see a coating but it could be just enough to make the evening rush hour a little hairy. Watch the full forecast above.

  • GrandmaJ

    Its pretty said to live in Minnesota and then get anxious over a dusting of snow–messing up your drive to where ever. Come on. If it were 4-8 inches, I would expect that message.
    What is going to happen next year when the snowy winter is back?

    • Geoff

      Sad? Not really. Just a story reporting that the dusting of snow has the potential to make the evening commute more of a headache than if the roads were dry. Nothing more, nothing less.

      You mad bro?

  • GrandmaJ


  • drive

    Now is the time to write those tickets just to get them off the road!!!

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