Updated 1/23/14

1/20-23 SnowWe’ve put these 3 days of  light snow into a single. The snows consisted of squalls that dropped a quick ½” in one part of the metro and nothing in another. For example, I put my sunglasses on when I left St Paul and had nearly 0 visibility due to the heavy snow as I was driving past the deflated Metrodome.

Most areas received officially around an inch of snow but most of the was very light and fluffy so it blew around and probably wasn’t needed to be plowed. Extremely cold temperatures made for slick areas where the snow froze to the supercooled hard surfaces

Original Post

Light to moderate snow has begun falling throughout the metro with 1-2″ through early evening.

Brad

Official event totals:

  • St Cloud – 2.1″ (Official)
  • Chaska – 1.8″
  • Plymouth – 1.1″
  • Inver Grove Heights, DT Minneapolis, DT St Paul, Burnsville, Crystal – 1″
  • MSP Airport – .9″ (Official)

Seasonal totals:

Event Chronology

  • 6 PM 1/22/14 – Ending moderate to heavy snow on and off for 36 hours with little accumulations
  • 7 AM 1/20/14 – light to moderate snow begins falling northwest to southeast