(KMSP) - The Twin Cities metro recorded its largest snowstorm so far this winter on Sunday.
Most parts of the metro saw between 2 to 4 inches from Sunday afternoon into early Monday morning.
For Monday, there will be a few flurries in the morning, but more snow showers are expected in the afternoon and evening, which could give the metro an additional coating of snow. Otherwise, expect it to be cold and blustery with temperatures in the single digits and wind chills in the teens and twenties below.
A few flurries this morning, but more snow showers this afternoon and evening which could give the metro an additional little coating of snow... otherwsie cold and blustery with temps in the single digits & chills in the teens & twenties below... pic.twitter.com/d2ay6PDAAF— Cody Matz (@CodyMatzFox9) January 15, 2018
SNOW TOTALS - JAN. 14-15
MSP Airport: 3.3"
Mounds View: 4.0"
Maple Grove: 3.5"
St. Cloud: 3.4"
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Some snow totals from yesterday and overnight... getting generally 2"-4" in the metro... pic.twitter.com/aRhXcbSDKk— Cody Matz (@CodyMatzFox9) January 15, 2018