Ground stop at MSP Airport now lifted after heavy snow and ice Tuesday

Snowplows clear the runways at MSP Airport. (FOX 9)

A ground stop that was ordered at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Tuesday afternoon amid heavy snow falling across the region has been lifted. 

The FAA issued a ground stop from 1:10 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. on Tuesday, noting the probability it is extended is 30-60%. 

FOX 9 crews onsite report the stop didn't have any major effects for travelers and things are running smoothly again at MSP.

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Meanwhile, the FAA noted there is a ground delay at the airport from 1-10:59 p.m. on Tuesday, with flights delayed an average of 186 minutes due to "snow or ice."

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