Icy roads create dangerous driving conditions for Twin Cities metro

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Crash near Interstate 94 and Minnesota Highway 101 near Rogers, Minnesota. 

Slick road conditions caused dozens of accidents in the Twin Cities metro Monday night.

The National Weather Service is warning drivers to stay inside if they don't have a reason to travel. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is also advising motorists to avoid the stretch of I-94 between Rogers and Clearwater due to black ice. 

The black ice was responsible for several crashes in the area, including one at I-94 and Minnesota Highway 101 that occurred around 5:30 p.m. 

Information on current road conditions can be found at 511mn.org