It'll be a snowy Monday in Minnesota.
Another blast of winter is on the way.
A strong cold front is expected to move through Minnesota on Monday.
A cold front is expected to push through around Monday.
Climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld and Jim du Bois discuss the latest in Minnesota weather.
The city was slammed with snow over the weekend.
Duluth racked up a ridiculous total of 21.7 inches in two days.
High winds, heavy snow and even lake flooding caused chaos.
Three semis also jackknifed.
The Twin Cities is right on the rain/snow line so totals will fluctuate.
The storm will bring impacts to the entire state.
The show is from 8-11 a.m. and the game starts at 2:30 p.m.
Here we go again!
$14 an hour to shovel the stadium.
Prior Lake wins with a foot of fresh snow!
Give yourself extra time and turn your headlights on.
We're in for a doozy late Tuesday through Wednesday morning.
The warning is in effect from Tuesday night through noon Wednesday.
A storm the size of India for the weekend? Oh, alright then.
Roads are expected to be treacherous late Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Heads up, especially if you're traveling Tuesday-Wednesday.