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Southern Minnesota Snowfall Totals
Yesterday's strong winter storm has exited the state, and left behind some eye-popping snowfall totals across southern Minnesota. The totals drop off quickly as you move north, with the Twin Cities receiving the same as we did here in St. Cloud -- none.
MnDOT Issues ‘No Travel Advisory’ for Southern Minnesota
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has issued a 'No Travel Advisory' for parts of southern Minnesota for tonight through tomorrow due to expected blizzard conditions. A Blizzard Warning has been issued, and hazardous road conditions with severely reduced visibilities are expected.
LATEST: Winter Storm Track Shifting South
The National Weather Service is saying the winter storm expected tonight & tomorrow is tracking farther south than originally expected, prompting the cancellation of the Winter Storm Watch for Stearns and Benton counties. It remains in effect for Sherburne & Wright cou…
UPDATE: Major Winter Storm Expected Thursday Night & Friday
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the southern half of Minnesota including Stearns, Benton, and Sherburne counties from Thursday evening through Friday afternoon -- with an additional Blizzard Watch issued for the southwest quarter of the …
Large Winter Storm Approaching
The National Weather Service has expanded a Winter Storm Watch for southern Minnesota to include Stearns, Benton, and Sherburne counties from Thursday evening through Friday afternoon -- for heavy snow, strong winds, and blowing snow.
Winter Storm Watch Issued as Storm Approaches
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for portions of East Central and Southern Minnesota including Wright, Hennepin, Anoka, and Chisago counties form Thursday evening through Friday afternoon -- for heavy snow, strong winds, and blowing snow.
Snow on the Way
The National Weather Service is saying that a significant snow storm is headed for Minnesota. While the track has begun to shift a bit farther north, the areas most likely to see the biggest totals remain the southern and east central parts of the state. Stay tuned!
More Record Highs Expected This Week
Our amazing run of three straight days with new record highs in St. Cloud is expected to continue through Wednesday with high temps expected near 60˚ for the next three days. Showers & thunderstorms are also on tap for Monday.

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