Posted at 3:38 PM on January 21, 2011
by Paul Huttner
Filed under: Snow
Our next "micro clipper" is bringing a shot of light snow to Minnesota this Friday afternoon. It looks like another slick rush hour in the metro, Duluth, and much of Minnesota.
Expect light snow at times from now through early evening. Accumulations should be light, generally uner an inch...but it could be enough to gum up the roads with temperatures hovering near zero below in much of the state.
Remember road chemicals do not work as well when temperatures are this cold. Expect some icy road conditions and possible black ice through tonight.
Duluth dopper radar loop shows patchy snow.
Twin Cities doppler shows a more concentrated band of snow moving into the metro from the west.