'Sunday Looks Like It’s Going To Be Pretty Slick Out There': MnDOT Prepares For Weekend Snow StormThe timing of this storm might help plow drivers out.
Patrol: 127 Crashes, 66 Spin-Outs, 0 Fatalities During Snowy Monday Morning CommuteForecasts show the possibility of more snow on Monday, Wednesday and Friday night, during what looks to be a snowy week for travel.
'We Have To Decrease Our Speed And Increase Our Space': Truck Drivers Learn Precautions Of Winter Driving"The winter adds another element to speed and space management. We have to decrease our speed and increase our space," Mark Chlebecek said.
DPS: Stop Recording & Posting Videos Of Road Conditions Behind The WheelThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety’s Traffic Office is telling people to stop talking about it online while driving.
Take Extra Caution When Driving Near Snowplows, MnDOT SaysIncoming weekend snow will arrive with more snowplows out on the roads, meaning motorists should be extra careful to avoid crashes with snowplows.
State Patrol Reports Over 900 Crashes, Spinouts TuesdayTuesday's snowstorm snarled roads across the metro and southern Minnesota. Minnesota State Patrol reported 924 crashes and spinouts from 10 a.m. Tuesday to 10 a.m. Wednesday. Officials said 475 of those crashes were vehicles off the road and 449 included property damages.
Snow Snarls Traffic Just In Time For Thanksgiving TravelA Winter Storm advisory was issued for southern Minnesota Wednesday, one of the busiest travel days of the year. The National Weather Service said the heaviest snow was expectd south of the Twin Cities metro area, near Mankato, St. Peter, Faribault, Waseca and Owatonna.
Road Conditions Improving Around The MetroThe Minnesota Department of Transportation is out with its snow plow trucks trying to clear the roads of snow and ice, but the department says things are improving.
Why Do Wisconsin’s Road Conditions Seem Better Than Minnesota’s?Several viewers have been asking why the roads hit by the snow storm in Wisconsin seemed to be in better condition than those in Minnesota. "As soon as we hit the bridge, it was wet," Kristine Glenna said about her drive from Woodbury to Hudson. "We keep being told that it's too cold for chemicals to work, and it's going to be like this for several days, but obviously something's working in Wisconsin."
St. Paul Man Dies In Western Wis. Crash; Icy Road A FactorA 61-year-old St. Paul man is dead and two others are injured after a crash in western Wisconsin early Monday morning, according to the St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office.
Semi Driver Dies, Many Crashes StatewideAll over the state, drivers are getting into more accidents than usual, given many roads were cleared over the weekend.