(FOX 9) – Heavy snow in southwestern Minnesota that previously prompted the Minnesota Department of Transportation to issue a no travel advisory for several counties has been lifted, though authorities are still advising caution.
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Heavy snow continued Tuesday, and is now experiencing lull in the evening before the region is expected to pick up more snow overnight. You can find the latest road conditions on MnDOT’s website.
Tuesday’s forecast: The snow has arrived
A winter storm warning is in effect in the Twin Cities through 6pm. About 10 inches of snow is expected by the time the storm rolls out of the area.