Western Minnesota has bore the brunt so far, but it'll get worse in the east later Wednesday.
No travel advisories are starting to be issued across Minnesota.
It went into effect as soon as the city finished installing its new gateway signs.
City streets have increasingly become used by street racers this year.
It's unclear if there were any fatalities in the crash.
The speed limit will be 20 mph on city streets, unless otherwise stated.
There were six deaths on Minnesota roads over the weekend.
Officers flooded several streets.
There were at least five instances of motorists clocked at more than 125 mph.
Heavy rains Monday have caused problems in the southern Minnesota, closing four highways.
DWIs have also been rising after initially dropping after the start of Stay at Home.
Work on the project is set to begin this summer.
Slow down, Minnesota.
The change affects arterial and side streets in the metro's two biggest cities.
Travelers are being told to leave an hour earlier for the airport.
The decision could have implications for driving laws in Minnesota.
The 8-hour closure will allow crews to move large equipment.
The driver is being held on attempted murder charges.
No travel is advised in nine southwest Minnesota counties.
At 6:20 a.m. MnDOT said one lane of traffic had re-opened.
Instead, the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office will hand out vouchers to fix the lights.
The vehicle landed on railroad tracks below the bridge near Owatonna.
There are multiple incidents ongoing in the north metro.
Accumulating snow is expected as the day progresses in southeast Minnesota.