It could be an eventful first half of the weekend for much of the Twin Cities if the forecast plays out as anticipated.
Freezing rain and sleet has hit the Twin Cities and soon enough, that wintry mix will turn to snow — leaving quite a mess behind.
Hundreds of people went to area hospitals Tuesday after slipping and falling on icy streets and sidewalks.
We’ve got quite the mess of moisture that will make conditions incredibly slick on Sunday.
A mix of ice and freezing rain with spots of snow in some parts of Minnesota is making for a potentially dangerous driving situation.
It’s nowhere near the snow output that we saw a week ago, but a juicy storm system will make roads very messy this weekend.
MnDOT officials say they are ready for the freezing rain and two to four inches of snow expected to fall between Friday night and late Saturday in the metro area. They want drivers to be prepared for the conditions by practicing safe winter driving habits.
The sloppy, wintry mess that Minnesota has thus far mostly avoided has arrived, with many parts of the state seeing a nasty mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain.
We’ve been basking in this winter’s warm sunshine, all the while forgetting about the rigors of shoveling snow, but something deep down in some of us said it was too good to be true.
Minnesotans will likely wake up to snowflakes Monday morning as they prepare for the workweek and their commutes.
Freezing rain is expected to move across the Twin Cities this morning and afternoon.
Freezing drizzle and rain is making roads slick across portions of the Upper Midwest.
Icy conditions are possible late Sunday night and Monday morning across the Twin Cities, southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
The Monday morning commute will likely be a mess.
A two-part storm is heading toward Minnesota, bringing everything from rain to freezing rain to snow with it.