Minnesotans are preparing for Old Man Winter as the season’s first major storm threatens to dump more than a foot of snow Monday on a swath of the state, including the metro.
Despite an army of plows out trying to clear the way, drivers found themselves crawling home during the evening rush. During Wednesday afternoon rush hour, commuters found a sea of tail lights no matter what route they tried to take home.
Ahead of the expected winter storm, the Minnesota State Patrol is reminding drivers to buckle up and slow down Wednesday morning — or stay off the roads altogether.
If you haven’t reached your threshold with snow frustrations quite yet, Thursday morning’s commute will surely take you there.
The snow is already forming and heading towards the Twin Cities — and by the looks of it, it won’t just be a dusting.
It wasn’t so much the amount of snow covering metro roadways Friday morning – but the timing of it. The storm that moved across Minnesota overnight spared the metro from the heaviest amounts.
The roads around the Twin Cities were a mess Sunday afternoon following a combination of snow and freezing rain, and it isn’t make the Monday commute to work much easier.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is urging motorists to drive with extreme caution as they hit the roads for the Monday morning commute.
The Twin Cities only saw a dusting of snow overnight but it was enough to snarl traffic and cause plenty of fender benders.
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The freezing rain that started falling Sunday has transitioned into snow and made for a messy and slow commute Monday.
Minnesotans will likely wake up to snowflakes Monday morning as they prepare for the workweek and their commutes.
Commuters in the Twin Cities were once again familiarized with the art of driving on freshly fallen snow, as a few light flakes coated parts of the metro area.