Monday in Minnesota: Minneapolis, St. Paul, other cities declare snow emergencies

January 28, 2019 12:23 PM

The Minnesota State Patrol reports a total of 134 crashes on the state's roads from midnight to 10 a.m. Monday.

That includes 10 crashes involving injuries, though none were reported as serious.


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In addition, a total of 137 reports of vehicles spinning out or going off the road were received.

Meanwhile, snow emergencies have been declared in numerous cities around the metro and statewide, including Minneapolis, St. Paul, Mankato, St. Louis Park, Brooklyn Park, Richfield, Robbinsdale, Bloomington and Crystal.

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The National Weather Service in the Twin Cities said around seven inches of snow were reported in Winona and Mankato by Monday morning. A location in Rochester reported around six.

In the Twin Cities metro area, Hastings reported six inches. Around 5.4 inches was reported in Woodbury and about 5.3 inches was reported in Lakeville.

Locations in Burnsville, Rosemount, Victoria, Prior Lake and Robbinsdale all reported about five inches.

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About 4.2 inches had been reported by 6 a.m. Monday at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

A location in Westfield, Wisconsin reported around 9.8 inches.

The cold weather has led to some cases of frostbite as well.

Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis reports 10 such cases since Thursday, including inpatient and outpatient. Regions Hospital in St. Paul reported 21 such cases since Friday, including inpatient, outpatient and telemedicine.

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