Skies to Clear as Storm Moves Away
Skies will gradually clear tonight as any remaining scattered snow showers and patchy flurries move out of the eastern portion of Minnesota.
With clearing skies, temperatures are expected to drop overnight. Lows will probably slip into the single digits in most areas, with low teens in other spots, KSTP.com meteorologist Dave Dahl says.
Dave says the snowstorm brought 6 to 12 inches of accumulation to much of eastern Minnesota and parts of western Wisconsin.
Check the latest snow totals here.
Several cities have declared snow emergencies.
Temperatures will warm towards the end of the week with a chance of a mix of rain and snow for the weekend. Track your forecast here.
Check road conditions here.
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