Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow
The winter storm that swept through Minnesota this weekend left as many as 18 inches in some parts of the state, the Star Tribune reported Sunday. Minnesota State Patrol said there have been no traffic fatalities in the state by press time. The Star Tribune also wrote that 490 car accidents had been reported by print time. Some flights were canceled or delayed out of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and both cities declared a snow emergency.
Nationally, eight deaths were attributed to the storm, according to the Houston Chronicle. Seven of those deaths were reported in Wisconsin. The storm stretched across Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinios, Kansas, Nebraska and Ohio.