MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – As the second round of snow falls on the Twin Cities this week, and with more subzero temperatures on the way, both Minneapolis and St. Paul have declared snow emergencies and will close their public schools Friday.

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The snow falling Thursday is expected to add another 2 to 4 inches on top of the 4 inches that fell on the Twin Cities earlier in the week.

Meteorologist Chris Shaffer says the Twin Cities will be under a Wind Chill Advisory Friday, as it will be dangerously cold Friday morning — with feel-like temperatures in the minus-30s.

Minneapolis

The snow emergency goes into effect Thursday at 9 p.m., when all snow emergency routes will be plowed. Those parked on snow emergency routes will be subject to being ticketed and towed.

At 8 a.m. Friday, plows will start clearing the even sides of non-snow emergency routes. Those parked on the even side of unplowed streets will be subject to being ticketed and towed.

On Saturday morning, crews will plow the odd side of city streets. Those parked on the odd side of non-snow emergency routes will be subject to being ticketed or towed.

St. Paul

The snow emergency in St. Paul goes into effect Thursday at 9 p.m., when all Night Route streets will be plowed.

Those parked on unplowed night routes will be subject to being ticketed and towed.

At 8 a.m. Friday, crews will plow Day Route streets. Those parked on unplowed Day Route streets will be subject to being ticketed and towed.

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