Expect A Slippery Commute Thursday, Heavy Snow In SE MinnesotaFollowing days of melting and near spring-like temperatures, winter weather looks to return Wednesday night, with a storm system that’ll bring a sheer drop in temperatures and headaches for Twin Cities commuters.
On The Radar: Possible Snowstorm After Days Of MeltingAfter days of thawing with temperatures climbing above freezing this week, Minnesotans could see some significant snow before the weekend brings another blast of arctic air.
Solstice Storm Could Bring Significant Snow To The MetroThursday is the winter solstice, and it could bring the season’s first major snowstorm to the Twin Cities metro.
Snowstorm Dodges Metro Area, Clobbers Southeast Minn. The path of the winter storm shifted further south and has missed most of the Twin Cities, but parts of southern Minnesota and western Minnesota are waking up to some impressive snowfall totals.
Significant Snowfall & Strong Winds To Hit Southern Minn. OvernightAfter a breezy Thursday that will see temps in the low-40s, a significant winter storm is expected to hit southern Minnesota hard beginning overnight – affecting both the morning and evening commutes.
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.
4 Things To Know: 1st Snowstorm, Yanez Court Appearance & MoreFrom Minnesota bracing for its first snow storm of the season to Officer Jeronmio Yanez's first court appearance, here are the four stories to know for Friday, Nov. 18.
Spring Storm To Dump Heavy Snow On Southern Minnesota WednesdaySpring might officially be here, but winter has at least one more big punch on the way in the form of a March snowstorm.
Good Question: How Do We Measure Snowfall?The official National Weather Service tally for the MSP airport for our February snowstorm is 9.4 inches. But, chances are, if someone stuck a ruler in the snow this morning, they’d find something different.
State Patrol Reports Over 900 Crashes, Spinouts TuesdayTuesday's snowstorm snarled roads across the metro and southern Minnesota. Minnesota State Patrol reported 924 crashes and spinouts from 10 a.m. Tuesday to 10 a.m. Wednesday. Officials said 475 of those crashes were vehicles off the road and 449 included property damages.
MnDOT Reopens Roads In Southern MinnesotaSome roads in southern Minnesota closed due to Tuesday's blizzard-like conditions have reopened Wednesday morning.
Cancellations, Delays Down Significantly At MSPThings are slowly getting back to normal at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport Wednesday morning. MSP International lists less than 50 cancellations right now, and about a dozen delays.