Minneapolis, St. Paul declare snow emergency

Minneapolis and St. Paul declared a snow emergency Saturday after a winter storm dumped up to 10 inches of snow Friday in some Twin Cities communities.

Snow plows will begin clearing roads Saturday at 9 p.m., according to the Star Tribune.

Parking is not allowed on either side of Minneapolis snow emergency routes until 8 a.m., or until the road has been completely plowed, according to the Pioneer Press.

As for St. Paul, streets designated as "Night Plow Route" will be cleared, and beginning Sunday at 8 a.m., all non-posted residential streets will be plowed, according to the Pioneer Press.

Illegally parked cars face the possibility of being impounded or fines, according to the Minnesota Daily.

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