State Patrol Warns To Stay Off Roads in Southern MN, Storm Still Approaching
It looks like we are in for a real treat. The southern part of Minnesota has already given us a glimpse of what we are in for in the Northland. Heavy, wet April snow and ice has made travel conditions treacherous in the south half of the state. The Minnesota State Patrol was blunt with their Facebook Message saying it's dangerous.
The storm is expected to still hit us in the Northland and dump significant snowfall with gusts off the lake up to 60 mph. Visibility will be poor and you should prepare to hunker down.
Also for those people in Superior, the mayor had a message that due to the thawed lawns they will be doing a different plowing approach.
And, here is the latest on when the storm will hit today in our area.