Minnesota weather: Snowfall makes for slick roads across metro

With flakes flying most of the day in the metro, roads across the Twin Cities area are slick, making for slow travel and plenty of spinouts.

The Minnesota State Patrol reports 96 crashes since 9:30 p.m. Thursday, five people were injured, but none were serious. 80 spinouts were also reported. 

When all is said and done, totals should be around our forecasted amounts: with about 1 to 3 inches of snow for most Twin Cities metro. The snow tapered off overnight, but some managed to stick to area roads, making for a messy commute.

More snow is possible this weekend in Minnesota

Another few inches of snow is possible with a slow-moving clipper Saturday afternoon that will taper off Sunday morning. 


St. Paul issues one-sided parking restrictions starting Friday

The City of St. Paul is putting into effect one-sided parking rules starting Friday morning.

An early forecast is showing 2-4 inches are possible with this clipper. But this far out, that could change. Stay with FOX 9 and the FOX 9 Weather App for the latest forecast.

Here's the seven-day forecast: