Snow emergencies declared, more snow on the way

February 10, 2019 10:49 PM

Even with a break in snowfall Sunday night, more snow is expected to fall in the coming days.

KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas says more snow is on the way beginning Monday night. 

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Snow emergencies have already been declared for some Metro cities. Those cities include Coon RapidsSt. Louis Park, Robbinsdale, Crystal, and Eden Prairie

Snow Emergency Information

Sunday night will feature clear skies with temperatures in the teens. Then on Monday, Yuhas says there will be some sunshine during the day but then more snow will arrive in the evening hours. According to Yuhas, a winter storm watch will be in effect for most of the Twin Cities. 

Snow is expected to begin falling after 6 p.m. Monday and by sunrise Tuesday, over four inches of snow could be a result in many areas, according to Yuhas. He also adds that "blowing snow will be a factor Tuesday afternoon in open areas."

"Rush hour during the morning Tuesday as well as later that night will be very difficult and slow due to another heavy snowfall," Yuhas said. 

Tuesday has the potential for 5 to 10 more inches of snowfall in the Twin Cities. 

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