What Looks Like the Last Winter Storm of April Could Bring Plenty of Slush, Ice, and Snow to the Northland
Light snow continues in the latest of a series of late-season storms that has laid record-breaking snowfall amounts on the Twin Ports. Here's what to expect as this storm winds down today.
We remain under a winter storm warning until 10 am in the Twin Ports region. Snow and windy conditions are expected to continue through the morning hours, adding roughly another inch to our snowfall totals and leading to additional blowing and drifting snow through the morning.
The Minnesota and Wisconsin Departments of Transportation report most area roads are snow-covered and offer difficult driving conditions. You can see the latest (here). Several schools have decided to either delay classes or close today, and we have that information (here).