Yes, it feels like winter today. But if you need more proof that spring is coming, consider this — April 1 is the last day for declaring snow emergencies in Minneapolis.
Thousands of Minnesota students had the day off, dozens of flights were canceled and the cleanup is far from over after the Twin Cities got hit with about a foot of snow over the past two days, culminating with Tuesday’s heavy downfall.
Eric Edgett has been plowing driveways and parking lots since midnight. With snow continuing to fall, it’s likely to be hours before he gets a chance to rest.
Things are getting back to normal around Minnesota and Wisconsin after a blast of winter weather.
After the storm, people are still dealing with what it left behind. Hundreds of Minnesota drivers are left paying repair bills from crashes or impound fees from having their car towed.
A number of electronic signs should help alert motorists avoid getting ticketed and towed in Minneapolis this winter.
The warm, brown winter that has disappointed snow lovers in much of the U.S. has put more green in the pockets of state and local governments that had their budgets busted last year by the high cost of plowing and running roaring furnaces.
The lack of snow may be costing some businesses a lot of money, but it is having the opposite effect for many cities.
The City of Minneapolis has declared its eight snow emergency this winter, which sets a new seasonal record.
The city of St. Paul has declared a snow emergency, starting at 9 p.m. Sunday evening.
The weekend snow emergency in Minneapolis and St. Paul proved costly for more than 1,600 people.
Both Minneapolis and St. Paul were in snow emergencies because of the snow that fell Friday morning.
Though another few inches of snow fell on the Twin Cities overnight, both Minneapolis and St. Paul are not declaring snow emergencies. At least for Christmas Eve.
One city in southern Minnesota has already seen more snow than most would like to see all winter long.
After another round of snow hits the Twin Cities, many people are wondering where they’re putting it all.
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