(FOX 9) - The Twin Cities metro is up to nearly 1 inch of snow as of Tuesday afternoon and snow is expected to continue falling into early Wednesday morning.
- Chanhassen NWS: 0.9"
- MSP Airport: 0.7"
- Mankato: 1"
- St. Cloud: 0.2"
Approximately 2-3 inches are expected to fall by the Tuesday evening commute. The snow is falling on already ice-covered roads and sidewalks in the metro, creating treacherous conditions.
The flakes will wind down to flurries by 8 or 9 p.m. Tuesday evening and is expected to taper off by early Wednesday morning. But, more accumulating snow is in the forecast for late Wednesday through the day on Thursday.
Snowfall reports as of Noon:— NWS Twin Cities (@NWSTwinCities) February 5, 2019
Chanhassen NWS: 0.9"
MSP Airport: 0.7"
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