Light snow Tuesday night left side streets covered and metro area highways mostly wet.
Track the latest traffic conditions here.
KSTP Morning Chief Meteorologist Ken Barlow says the accumulating snow is over and only flurries remain Wednesday morning.
The Minnesota State Patrol is urging people to drive responsibly in bad weather conditions after four squads were hit.
During a 26 hour period, blowing snow and icy roads made driving conditions treacherous for Minnesotans.
Friday morning, one driver died during a wreck in Hugo along Highway 61.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is advising against unnecessary travel in the Mankato area because of treacherous weather conditions.
Hundreds of schools across Minnesota have called off classes because of the dangerously cold temperatures.
Another surge of brutal cold and dry Arctic air is on the way.
The cold air will zap the atmosphere of any abundant moisture, but not before an inch or two of snow falls Saturday, KSTP Meteorologist Ken Barlow says.
Bitter cold temperatures will greet New Year's revelers venturing outdoors.
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