MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Snow emergencies are being declared across the metro as a spring snowstorm blankets Minnesota.

St. Paul and West St. Paul have both declared snow emergencies. The city of Minneapolis will not declare one.

Eden Prairie and Plymouth are also under snow emergencies, and further west, Montevideo. To see if your city has declared a snow emergency and check the parking rules, click here.

Hazardous road conditions have caused hundreds of crashes throughout the state and MSP Airport has suspended operations until 7 p.m. Saturday at the earliest.

The National Weather Service has declared a blizzard warning for southwestern Minnesota and the Twin Cities. Friday offered a first taste of the storm, but the heaviest snowfall will occur Saturday afternoon and evening. Snow will continue overnight and into Sunday morning.