Friday Night Clipper

Latest snow totals here.

Evening Update:

Next wave of metro snow moving through early this evening, and may taper from west to east after 7-8pm. Snow will keep going in most of northern Minnesota through tonight.

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MNDOT still reporting several incidents and slow traffic around the metro. Roads are slick across most all of Minnesota tonight.

Camera Description Details Location Impact Time

416 Crash on Mainline I-494 WB @ 34th Ave 1 lane blocked Fri @ 17:39

427 Stall on Mainline I-494 EB @ U.S.169 NB Just cleared Fri @ 17:47

624 Stall on Mainline I-35W NB @ 26th St Right lane blocked Fri @ 17:43

704 Crash on Mainline I-694 WB @ Silver Lake Rd Right shoulder blocked Fri @ 17:01

641 Crash on Mainline I-35W SB @ T.H.10 EB Right lane blocked Fri @ 17:20

415 Crash on Mainline I-494 WB Right shoulder blocked Fri @ 17:44

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Update 5:20pm:

A little break in precip slding through the metro…but another wedge of snow will move through later this evening.

The latest Alberta Clipper is here, and with it another snowy PM rush hour in Minnesota.

The clipper will bring snow through this evening, with highest totals in the northern half of Minnesota. A good shot of 2″ to 4″+ will fall north of the metro to Duluth and surrounding areas. The hevaiest totals look to fall near the Iron Range cities to Ely and along the North Shore where some 6″+ totals could pile up by Saturday morning.

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In the more densely populated Twin Cities, it looks like 1″ to 2″ will be the general rule by the time snow tapers off this evening. There may be a few 3″ totals, especially in the north metro with this system.

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Take care on roadways this evening…and leave plenty of extra time for getting around!

PH

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