(FOX 9) - Parts of central and northern Minnesota saw snow turn into freezing drizzle overnight Sunday, making for some icy roads Monday morning.
The National Weather Service and the Minnesota Department of Transportation are warning drivers of poor road conditions if traveling to northern Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin Monday morning. Drivers are advised to slow down, increase their following distance and wear a seatbelt.
As of 7:27 a.m., most roads in central and northern Minnesota were partially or completed snow covered, NWS reported.
The Minnesota State Patrol reported slippery spots along Interstate 94 from Sauk Centre to Moorhead Sunday night, resulting in dozens of vehicles in the ditch.
On Monday morning, Highway 108 between Pelican Rapids and Lake Lida was blocked with several crashes and stuck vehicles due to extremely icy conditions.
Scattered slippery spots along I-94 west of Sauk Centre to Moorhead. Troopers & tow trucks are out w/dozens of vehicles in the ditch/median. Accumulation of snow and blow ice causing issues. Please drive w/caution and buckle up.— Sgt. Jesse Grabow (@MSPPIO_NW) January 7, 2019