Winter Settling In Around Twin Cities As Holidays ApproachWe can't deny it any longer, winter is just about here. There's fresh snow on the ground and temperatures are expected to plummet this week.
State Patrol: 151 Crashes Statewide After Overnight SnowThe Minnesota State Patrol says from 7 p.m. Saturday to just before noon Sunday, there were 151 crashes across the state.
Sunday’s Snow Won’t Stick Around, Cold Front Coming Minnesotans woke up Sunday morning to the surprise of a winter wonderland, with thick, wet snow blanketing the roads, sidewalks and tree branches.
MnDOT, MSP Crews Clear Snow Before Holiday TravelApproximately 1,500 plow drivers were all over Minnesota roads taking care of the overnight snow in anticipation of one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Freezing Rain & Sleet Accompanies Morning CommuteJust in time for the Tuesday morning commute, there have been various reports of rain, sleet and wet snow around the south and southwest metro. And more is expected for the late afternoon commute.
Snow Tuesday Could Make For Messy Morning CommuteWe got our first taste of winter last week, and it appears we'll get a second dose just before settling in for Thanksgiving.
More Snow Coming Ahead Of ThanksgivingLast week brought the first snowstorm of the season, and more flakes are on the way ahead of Thanksgiving.
1st Snowstorm Of Season Moves Into MinnesotaThe unseasonably mild conditions of recent days will be ushered out by a jolt of wintry weather that's expected to bring blizzards, freezing temperatures and high winds to northern Plains states.
Minnesotans Prep For First Blast Of SnowWith snow advisories blanketing the state, people are out buying what they need to handle whatever Mother Nature deals out.
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Blizzard Conditions, 12 Inches Possible With Season’s 1st StormBlizzard conditions are expected Friday in west-central Minnesota, as the season’s first storm looks to dump up to a foot of snow on some parts of the state.
Is Winter Wonderland Just A Weekend Away?The weather outside has been anything but frightful, unless it gives you pause that Minnesota has consistently been 10 to 15 degrees above average for weeks now.