(FOX 9) - Another round of snow has already dropped over 3 inches of snow on the Twin Cities metro Monday night into Tuesday morning.
6am RADAR Loop: accumulating snow for the morning commute tapers to blowing flurries this afternoon ... 3"-5" in Twin Cities ... Winter Weather Advisory until 6pm #WeatherOnThe9s @FOX9 pic.twitter.com/soSUzVymIN— Keith Marler ☀️ (@KeithMarlerFox9) February 12, 2019
The Winter Storm Watch was dropped for the Twin Cities metro, replaced by a Winter Weather Advisory in advance the snow late Monday night into Tuesday afternoon.
The snow started late Monday night and will roll through the Tuesday morning commute, with MSP Airport totaling 3.7 inches, Chanhassen 3.8 inches, St. Cloud 3.1 inches, and Eau Claire 4.2 inches as of 6 a.m. This second round of snow follows Sunday's snowstorm, which dropped about 3 to 5 inches on the metro.
A Winter Storm Watch remains in effect east of the metro and into western Wisconsin. This area will see heavy snow, with 4 to 8 inches possible.
With Monday and Tuesday's snow February 2019 has cracked the top five snowiest Februarys in Minnesota history (it's only the 12th!).
As of 6am, the Twin Cities has officially cleared 20.0" of snow for the month of February! Our 4th Snowiest February on record! (3.7" so far from overnight ... heading to 4"-6" by the time things wrap up) @FOX9 pic.twitter.com/RHtgbwXmq7— Keith Marler ☀️ (@KeithMarlerFox9) February 12, 2019
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