Snowy Roads Lead to Overnight Crashes, Saturday Warms Up

November 11, 2017 08:27 AM

Friday night's coating of snow created slippery conditions across Minnesota roads, but a slight warm-up Saturday could thaw some of the icy spots. 

Traffic cameras showed delays due to crashes in several places overnight, including in Bloomington after a collision involving a pedestrian.


That incident happened on Interstate 35W near West 98th Street just before midnight. It is not known whether there were any injuries. 

A few other crashes were scattered across the metro. 

The Minnesota Department of Transportation had to block ramps to Interstate 94 West at MN-280 after a vehicle spun out. It ended up facing the wrong way on Highway 10 in Mounds View. 

Saturday will bring a mix of clouds and sun into the afternoon with highs in the low 40s and some winds from the South at 5 to 15 mph. 

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KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas said Saturday night is also expected to be partly cloudy, and lows should be in the mid 20s. 

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Andrew Heiser

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