The snowstorm caused some rough travel conditions across the metro. The plows are working around the clock to clear the streets but there are still snow covered roads around the Twin Cities.
Layers of dangerous ice and blowing snow closed roads and airports from Texas to Rhode Island on Tuesday as a monster storm began bearing down on the nation and those in its frigid path started to believe it would live up to its hype.
The winter storm that brought sleet, snow and strong winds to Minnesota and western Wisconsin is slowly pulling away.
Severe winds and heavy snowfall have blanketed the Dakotas and Minnesota, causing a massive pileup on Interstate 94 and shutting down buildings and roads just before New Year’s.
Mother Nature is looking at throwing Minnesota another weather punch to end 2010.
Like a Christmas gift you didn’t want and can’t return, snow is once again rearing its head across most of the southern part of Minnesota.
Dozens of school districts across southern Minnesota are starting classes two hours late due to a snowstorm that dumped 4 to 6 inches over much of the region.
Do you get the impression more days in December have been snow emergency days than not?
With one weekend left before Christmas retailers at the Mall of America believe shoppers will be coming in full force.
Seventeen inches of snow over the weekend. Another couple of inches on the way. If you’ve been shoveling all that stuff off your driveway, perhaps you’re looking for another option.
The City of Minneapolis declared a second consecutive snow emergency to give crews more time to clear the 17 inches of snow that fell over the city over the weekend.
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Authorities are attributing at least four deaths in Wisconsin to the weekend snowstorm.
Most of you were stuck inside for hours on Saturday. We want to know how you passed the time during the big blizzard.
Digging out from the weekend snowstorm is taking longer than usual. In Minneapolis, it’s day three of the snow emergency, which bans parking on the odd side of residential streets until 8 p.m. Monday.