UPDATE 11.22.13 @ 10 am

Event #2 11/21/13This snow stayed south and west of the Greater MSP region – dropping a few inches of snow in Iowa, SE MN and Wisconsin. Very little accumulation here but resulted in a horrible commute home along with slippery areas overnight.

Official event totals:

  • MSP Airport – T” (Official NWS Observation)

Seasonal totals:

  • MSP Airport – 1.1″
  • 1″ to 3″ Event: 1 – 11/5/13
  • T – 1″ Event: 1 – 11/21/13

Event chronology

Light snow began in the metro around 2 pm from northwest to southeast. Very little accumulation across the metro but made for slippery conditions on roads, lots and sidewalks.

What Property Managers need to know

No plowing from this event, but your properties should have been salted to reduce slippery spots.

Have a great day!

Brad

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ORIGINAL POST 11/21/13 @ 1:00 pm
Good morning –

event #2 11/21/13 predictionWe are anticipating our second winter event beginning this afternoon with little accumulation. Most weather outlets are predicting up to 1″ for most of the metro. We’ll see what happens.

  • 1″ or less Snow
  • Windy and cold conditions

As the snow rolls through, temperatures will nosedive for the weekend with lows in the single digits across Minnesota.

I’ll continue to update as we move into this event.

Have a great day!

Brad

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