Snowstorm to affect commuters Monday before bout of subzero temps

Updated: December 08, 2019 10:25 PM

Our coldest weather of the season is on tap for this week, but first we have a snow storm to get through.

KSTP meteorologist Nicole Mitchell said snow will hit the state Monday morning. That will have a big impact on the morning commute, so give yourself extra time to get through heavy traffic. Most of the central and northern parts of the state are either under a winter storm warning or a winter weather advisory.


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The Twin Cities can expect to see 2 to 4 inches of snow, and a corridor through north-central Minnesota could see half a foot or more, Mitchell said.

Temperatures are already falling, and they will continue to do so throughout the day Monday. We will struggle to break 0 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday, but the air will start to warm Wednesday night into Thursday.

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