The snow storm caused at least 208 crashes this weekend.
Roads in southwestern Minnesota were closed early Friday, while slippery conditions elsewhere in the state led to crashes and spinouts.
The crashes happened in Monticello and Albertville.
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There were at least five instances of motorists clocked at more than 125 mph.
The decision was announced just 20 minutes prior to closures going into effect.
And some areas are still under a no-travel advisory.
Temperatures have dropped, causing overnight snow to freeze.
Drivers pulled to the side of the road in the west metro, while a school bus slid sideways in Eden Prairie.
Some residential streets still aren't plowed more than 72 hours after the storm.
Three semis also jackknifed.
Give yourself extra time and turn your headlights on.
A dusting to an inch of snow is possible in parts of Minnesota on Wednesday.
Minnesota drivers have been better than the national average.
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The report showed a need for increased funding to prevent deterioration of the city's roads over the next 20 years.
It'll cost you more per minute to rent a scooter than before.
The road has continue to shift since cracking was first noticed in April.
He could face a fine for doing so.
Be mindful of where work is being done and consider alternate routes.
Seventeen pedestrians have been killed already this year.
No-travel advisories and closures are plaguing Minnesota roads.
The senator says it will be her top priority if she becomes president.
Hundreds of miles of I-94 and I-29 are closed due to the conditions.