Dozens of crashes after heavy, wet and sticky snow blankets metro
Overnight snow led to some slick road conditions early Monday morning.
Most people in the Twin Cities woke up to about 2-4 inches of snow, while some southwestern regions gathered as much as 6 inches overnight.
KSTP Chief Meteorologist Ken Barlow described the snow as “mushy and slushy” with wet, sticky and heavy accumulation adding to overall total.
The Minnesota State Patrol announced that there were 91 crashes statewide overnight, six of which had injuries.
Temperatures are expected to be at or just above freezing all day Monday, making roads wet.
The rest of Monday will be cloudy with a quiet afternoon.
More snowfall is expected to come later this week, with light snow forecasted for Wednesday and a larger snowstorm expected Thursday and Friday.
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