Light Snow Expected Overnight Could Slow AM Commute

February 06, 2018 10:55 PM

KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl said Twin Cities residents can expect light snow overnight, which might impact the morning commute.

He said the snow is expected to move into the Twin Cities around 10 p.m. and taper by 3 a.m. Wednesday.


Dahl said less than an inch of snow is expected to accumulate.

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Because some might accumulate, Dahl said motorists should expect a slower commute Wednesday morning.

Temperatures during the day Wednesday are expected to reach a high of 12 degrees.

Dahl said more snow can be expected Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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