By Minneapolis city law, the winter season is considered Nov. 1 through April 1, meaning the city can’t declare a snow emergency, even if several inches fall on Thursday.
It’s the kind of November where the downtown workers shed their coats, and the Uptown dogs frolic in the sunshine.
The wet, sloppy mess outside has caused several accidents across the state, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
A tornado that tore through north Minneapolis caused an estimated $166 million, and that figure is expected to rise, officials said Tuesday.
The bulk of the snow has already fallen, but high winds and continued light snow through the overnight hours will make for a slow Monday morning commute.
Just as the temperatures began to fall, unfortunately, so did some white, fluffy snow.