Mankato was among the snowfall leaders.
St. John's and Bethel lost in the D3 playoffs.
Most roads are completely covered in snow.
Get ready for Minnesota's first big snowstorm of the season.
How much snow will fall? It depends on who you ask.
Winds gusting to 35 mph will cause blowing and drifting.
The last big storm went south. This one is more likely to hit parts of Minnesota.
Thursday's commute to work and school could be slick.
The big question is whether or not it'll hit the Twin Cities.
Roads are slick in southern Minnesota, although the Twin Cities was spared.
Snow will work its way west to east across southern Minnesota this afternoon and evening.
Snow should arrive Friday during the afternoon and evening.
Wednesday and Thursday will be very pleasant across the state.
They'll be sending out inspectors to find those who haven't shoveled.
Snow along the shore of Lake Superior has been piling up.
Meanwhile, the south shore of Lake Superior is getting hammered by snow.
Conditions were slick, leading to collisions on major metro roads.
It'll be cold enough that any precipitation will likely fall as snow.
Mostly rain in the metro, but accumulating snow further north.
Precip Monday and Tuesday will be mostly rain, then it gets much colder.