Advertisement

Fresh coat of snow creates slippery conditions in the metro

Updated: January 13, 2020 05:50 AM

Twin Cities drivers may want to plan for a longer commute Monday morning.

There were several spinouts and crashes throughout the metro early Monday due to slick road conditions after fresh snow fell in the metro area overnight.

Advertisement

KSTP Traffic Reporter Josie Smith advised planning for a longer drive as a result.

Meanwhile, Chief Morning Meteorologist Ken Barlow said Monday is expected to be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 30s. A new batch of snow is likely Monday night, with another 1-3 inches expected before snowfall tapers off Tuesday morning.

Another burst of light snow is expected Wednesday, Barlow added.

Track your route via the KSTP interactive traffic map

Check the weather for the week here

Connect with KSTP


Join the conversation on our social media platforms. Share your comments on our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages.

Credits

Rebecca Omastiak

Copyright 2020 - KSTP-TV, LLC A Hubbard Broadcasting Company

Advertisement

Trump signs executive orders to extend unemployment benefits, defer payroll tax

3 patients being evaluated after lightning strikes shelter at Lakeville park

Severe thunderstorms moving across Minnesota

Minnesota sees 8 new COVID-19 deaths, 924 new cases

What voters need to know before Tuesday's primary

Rally at Minnesota Capitol honors 'unsung heroes' of pandemic

Advertisement