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.
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.
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.
The latest snow totals following Thursday's storm show southern Minnesota saw some of the heaviest snowfall.
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 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.
There will brief period of freezing drizzle Thursday morning, then it’s drizzle and light rain before gradually changing over to some scattered snowflakes through Thursday afternoon.
A winter storm is on its way to Minnesota, which will make for a busy end to the work week weather-wise.
Tuesday was the sixth day of the month where the high temperature in the Twin Cities metro was warmer than the freezing level and we are heading for more warm days, leading experts to urge caution as Minnesotans head out onto the ice.
Some Minnesota Sheriffs issued warnings this weekend after close calls with thin ice conditions.
A persistent blizzard has blanketed large parts of Spain with 50-year record levels of snow, killing at least four people and leaving thousands trapped in cars.
One local organization is making sure the area’s most vulnerable residents have some of the tools needed to stay warm this winter through its "scarf bombing" campaign.
After a delay in getting the season started - partly due to warmer than normal weather in early December and pandemic restrictions - a popular community ice rink in St. Paul is back open.
Seventeen-year-old Ben Tousignant is taking advantage of the recent snowstorms.
The Twin Cities metro got between 2-4 inches of snow Tuesday, with up to 7 inches reported in Greater Minnesota