Minneapolis and St. Paul both declared snow emergencies Sunday after the Twin Cities received about 5 inches of snow Saturday night.
The Minnesota State Patrol responded to 208 crashes and 183 spinouts between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning as much of the state saw about 3-5 inches of snow.
Saturday's snowfall left about 5 inches at MSP Airport, while areas like Chanhassen saw about 3 inches of snow.
A few inches of snow blanketed parts of Minnesota Saturday as winter weather moved across the state.
NOAA’s 2020 report card shows the Arctic is clearly transforming to a warmer, less frozen and biologically changed region.
FOX 9 Weather Forecast for Saturday, January 23, 2021
Friday starts cold, but warms to the mid-teens. Saturday's snow should arrive mid-afternoon, with a few inches possible.
It’s been an odd winter in Minnesota and January is no different with little snow, but a whole lot of ice. With that, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is asking residents to go easy with the salt.
A wind-whipped blast of arctic air will be sweeping across Minnesota Thursday evening, bringing a bitter wind chill of a -20 overnight that will last into Friday morning.
The Scott County Sheriff’s Office says it has pulled out two snowmobiles from Prior Lake after they went through the ice in the past week.
Single digits overnight and into Friday morning. Cold and some snow over the weekend.
We are now nearly three quarters of the way through what is typically the coldest month of the year on average, and we have yet to get below zero in the Twin Cities.
Breezy, but warmer afternoon. Colder temps arrive Thursday afternoon.
Temps will rise for a few days before dipping back down for the weekend.
The latest snow totals following Thursday's storm show southern Minnesota saw some of the heaviest snowfall.
If you were out and about on Saturday, you probably ran into some icy conditions.
The snow will gradually wind down through the day Friday, with the bulk of the accumulation from this winter storm done.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is continuing to advise no travel in the southwestern part of the state, where strong wind gusts and blowing snow are creating hazardous road conditions.
The metro should see 3-4 inches, but it's heavy, sloppy, wet snow so it will compact and melt throughout the day.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is continuing to advise no travel on some highways in the southwestern part of the state due to whiteout snow conditions.