First significant snowstorm could set records in Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The season's first significant snowstorm of the year was dumping heavy amounts of precipitation in some areas of Minnesota and Wisconsin and causing slippery driving conditions in the Dakotas.
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning until early Tuesday evening for portions of central Minnesota and west-central Wisconsin.
Winter Storm Warnings for part of the state. Is this too early for you? pic.twitter.com/mZmUj0LRvV— Drew Burgoyne (@CBS58Drew) October 20, 2020
Snow accumulations of 4 to 6 inches were expected with higher amounts and record totals possible in some areas.
The highest snow totals were expected to be along and south of Interstate 94, where many weather-related crashes were reported including a jackknifed semi-trailer west of Alexandria.
Travel was also difficult along many county and state highways in eastern North Dakota and northeastern South Dakota.
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