Mid-March Snow Keeps Some Minn. Ski Spots Open
While a mid-March snowstorm caused problems for some Minnesotans Monday, there's good news for winter enthusiasts.
Ski resorts across the state are still open, when they would otherwise be closing-up for the season.
Mount Kato has ended its snow tubing, but will keep its ski hills open.
The storm brought more than 5 inches of snow to Alexandria. Long Prairie got 4 inches, Mora got 3 inches and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport recorded just over 3 inches.