Major Snowstorm Hits Twin Cities

The Twin Cities are expected to receive upwards of 10 inches of snow from a slow-moving storm that will last into Tuesday, says the Star Tribune.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation reports hazardous road conditions across the state, said the Star Tribune. According to the article, Twin Cities traffic is flowing smoothly in general, except for a rollover on I-94 and a spinout on Highway 169. Both accidents are blocking traffic.
The Pioneer Press reports that MnDOT has closed I-35 in Lakeville after a semi-truck crashed there.
Officials are waiting to declare a snow emergency, hoping to avoid plowing twice, said the Star Tribune.

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