Twin Cities Declare Snow Emergency

Minneapolis and St. Paul have declared sonw emergencies at around 4 p.m. Monday afternoon.
After another 4 inches of snow both cities call for yet another snow Emergency. This is St. Paul's 8th of the season, and Minneapolis' 7th. The season average is about four, according to the Star Tribune.
According to Climatologist Peter Boulay, the total snowfall for this winter could reach 77-78 inches, which would make it a top 10 snowiest winter.
Because of the emergency, winter parking restrictions are not in effect until thursday, Feb. 3, according to the Minnesota Daily.

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