Snow emergencies declared with 5" to 8" of snow possible
Minneapolis and St. Paul declare snow emergencies, while many flights canceled at MSP airport
November 30, 2022
The metro area's first major snowfall of the season arrived Tuesday, triggering storm warnings, hampering commutes, delaying flights, closing schools and deploying plows to keep roads clear.
Heavy snow hit the Twin Cities with the Minneapolis St. Paul Airport measuring about 4 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service. Bloomington and the south metro recorded the most snow with 8 inches.
The east metro also saw high totals with Stillwater measuring 8 inches and North St. Paul recording about 7 inches.