MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport has closed all but one runway due to the snowstorm.

On Wednesday morning, the airport said low visibility and fast rate of snowfall is prompting runway closures. One of four runways are open.

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“We’re doing our best to battle the snow and get some more friction on the runways,” the airport said.

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Delays are to be expected. Check here for the latest airport conditions.