State Patrol Reports More Than 300 Crashes After Snow Blankets Minnesota ThursdayLaw enforcement reported 33 crashes that resulted in an injury. None of those injuries were serious or fatal.
Minnesota Weather: Snowstorm Could Drop About 2 Feet In Arrowhead, Several Inches In MetroThe second round of winter storms is hitting Minnesota Friday night – but this one has a twist.
Minnesota Weather: A Calm Thanksgiving With More Snow Expected LaterAfter the first major snowfall of the year affected a majority of the state Wednesday, things look a bit more calm for Thanksgiving. But more snow is possible for later in the day.
State Patrol: 240+ Crashes Statewide Amid Midday SnowThe Minnesota State Patrol says there were over 240 crashes Wednesday following midday snowfall.
Despite Warm Weather, Christmas Skiers Hit The SlopesArea ski hills are open for business. They've been making snow for a while. But the promise of natural snowfall Friday night has skiers, boarders and tubers excited.
MN State Patrol: 145 Crashes, 9 Injured In Metro During Morning SnowCommuters heading home from work Monday are hoping that drive will be better than the drive to work or school this morning. The Minnesota State Patrol says there were hundreds of accidents during the morning commute. Monday morning's dose of heavy snow resulted in nearly 150 crashes, but none were fatal.
Good Question: Do We Really Need Snow Tires?We all know Minnesota winters aren't easy, especially driving through all the ice and snow. This week's weather has reminded some of us it's time to change our tires. But who really needs snow tires? Good Question.
Weather Blog: Let It Snow!Holiday music is playing wherever you go. You put the tree up, and your outdoor lights are shining. Now, we just need some snow. It’s coming!
Snowy Year Added Up In Minn. Road SaltJust how snowy was Minnesota's winter and spring? The road salt tells the tale. The Minnesota Department of Transportation this week tallied the road salt usage for the winter driving season. It came in at more than 304,500 tons.