If you didn't notice, the snow and ice have been melting.
The recent deep freeze wasn't enough to provide safe ice conditions.
There have been multiple crashes reported in the Twin Cities early Tuesday morning.
It happened near the Seward neighborhood of Minneapolis.
Luckily, no one was hurt.
Authorities are urging people to repeatedly measure ice as they venture out on lakes
In some lakes, patches of thin and thick ice can be close together
There have been a series of ATV and snowmobile crashes due to thin ice in recent weeks.
A police department said the booms were loud enough to rattle windows.
It happened in Kandiyohi County.
This comes after two siblings fell through ice in Maple Grove.
The sheriff's office is reminding people to check the thickness of ice before going out on frozen water.
This comes amid repeated ice warnings across the state.
At least one cabin sustained damage from ice moving off the lake.
Both were rescued safely by responders.
The immigrants were detained even after they had earned their release.
Temperatures are projected to get even warmer this weekend too.
Drive to the conditions, people.
Drivers pulled to the side of the road in the west metro, while a school bus slid sideways in Eden Prairie.
Freezing rain has caused havoc across the metro and beyond.
The west metro was particularly bad.
The city says it'll take feedback from local residents over the coming weeks.
All that rain? All the snowmelt? Yeah, it's gonna freeze.
The truck driver was reportedly led onto the ice by his GPS